circular and const dist fillet

 From: Andrei Samardac 7 Jun 2013  (1 of 12)
 What is main difference between circular and const dist fillet? Can not understand and can not find the answer.

 From: Frenchy Pilou (PILOU) 7 Jun 2013  (2 of 12)
 5942.2 In reply to 5942.1 Maybe this can help you ;) Circular on the left, Constant on the right! So the constant gives a more little fillet result than circular for a same object! EDITED: 7 Jun 2013 by PILOU

 From: Andrei Samardac 7 Jun 2013  (3 of 12)
 5942.3 In reply to 5942.2 Not sure I understand what do you mean, could you explain more detail? Thae main difference except radius I noticed this different radius of fillet on curved surfaces I'd like to understand logic of this fillet types (left circular right const) Attachments:

 From: Frenchy Pilou (PILOU) 7 Jun 2013  (4 of 12)
 5942.4 In reply to 5942.3 (left and right was just the position of the different drawings Circular / Constant on the image ;) In geometry of circle : the line = 1 is a "segment" EDITED: 7 Jun 2013 by PILOU

 From: Frenchy Pilou (PILOU) 7 Jun 2013  (5 of 12)
 In your case So for a same measure, at a perpendicular position the Circular is always biggest than the Constant! Circular in the middle , Constant on the right! ;) EDITED: 7 Jun 2013 by PILOU

 From: Frenchy Pilou (PILOU) 7 Jun 2013  (6 of 12)
 Close Up of the Constant result! --- Pilou Is beautiful that please without concept! My Gallery

 From: Andrei Samardac 7 Jun 2013  (7 of 12)
 5942.7 In reply to 5942.5 "In your case So for a same measure, at a perpendicular position the Circular is always biggest than the Constant! Circular in the middle , Constant on the right! ;)" no image

 From: Frenchy Pilou (PILOU) 7 Jun 2013  (8 of 12)
 5942.8 In reply to 5942.7 Curious I see it in my message here with an another host, does it better ? Circular in the middle, Constant on the right

 From: Mauro (M-DYNAMICS) 7 Jun 2013  (9 of 12)
 5942.9 In reply to 5942.8 ..good example Pilou !