Using the most recent drawing you posted > "Object extrusion and lofting issue(2)"
I copied then lofted with use compound profile then fillet at .02.
> Are you using compound profile when you Loft?
> Concerning your main object that you started this thread with can you post the most recent drawing of that before any fillet's were attempted.
Yes I realized that when I installed turbocad 2019 there were a number of settings that aren't checked by default. Compound profile was one of them. This solid part problem was resolved. Still having issues with filleting the object.
I have tried
1.) Using lofts
2.) Using Prisms
3.) Using a basic Extrude for the center long piece
4.) Using different fillet types (this could cause additional tooling problems and expense for the design to be made later on)
5.) Open profiles and closed profiles behave the same when I try to fillet (between TC21 and TC2019) however it seems that there are less problem points with closing all profiles.
6.) The most difficult part seems to be the areas where four edges collide at a point.
7.) Filleting together three surfaces using the new tool did not help
8.) Lofting with guide lines did not help
9.) I checked each loft individually to make sure that there weren't any strange edges on the joining surfaces with the slice tool. None were found.
10.) I am either having issues with horizontal or vertical fillets on the model it seems that when I do one the other becomes not filletable.
11.) I still have questions about the loft minimize twist check box
12.)I tried lofting rounded profiles and ended up with horizontal fillet issues because the fillet tool was stopping at sweeps
13.) I tried exploding a profile created by an intersection.
14.) I tried using spheres and sweeps to recreate the object in a different way. I was having a very difficult time reproducing the geometry.
15.) I tried filleting as summed solids as well as an ACIS object, no improvements
Today I will be trying to sweep bandages around the edges and subtracting the edge to make it rounder to see if that helps. I would rather not have to go through this on a complicated object.