Making a fillet inside and outside the bend?

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Making a fillet inside and outside the bend?

eZe
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Hello, i would like to make a fillet in a L shaped rectangular pipe

length=30;
width=4;
height=5;
thickness=0.5;
eps=0.05;
difference(){
union(){

cube([width,length,height]);
   

difference(){
    translate([0,length-eps,0]) cube([length,width,height]);
    translate([width-thickness,length+thickness,thickness]) cube([length-width+2*eps,width-2*thickness,height-2*thickness]);
}//d1
    }//u
    translate([thickness,-eps,thickness]) cube([width-2*thickness,length+2*eps+width-thickness,height-2*thickness]);
}//d2

How can i use this code to make a fillet inside and outside the bend.
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Re: Making a fillet inside and outside the bend?

cacb
On 2017-01-30 10:14, eZe wrote:
> Hello, i would like to make a fillet in a L shaped rectangular pipe

I would suggest you create your profile in 2D,
and then assemble the L by extruding the 2D profile 3 times.

2 linear_extrudes for the straight parts.
1 rotate_extrude, 90 degrees for the bend. Translate profile to get the
required radius.

Then position and union the resulting 3d parts.

Carsten Arnholm

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Re: Making a fillet inside and outside the bend?

Ronaldo
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You may make a 2D Lshape with the rounded corner you want. linear_extrude() it and subtract the inner tube volumes.
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