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Old   December 18, 2019, 02:28
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Hello

I want to extend the line to cylinder in DM.

I'm drawing sketchs like triangle fin attached circle.

I made the circle and fin in sketch but the fin doesn't extend to circle.

There is gap between circle and fin.

Actually, I try to use the extend and trim function but still the gap exist.

So, how can i extend the line to circle?







first image is whole shape that i want to made.
second image is fin
last image shows the gap between circle and fin.
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