Part Modeling > Engineering Features > Chamfer > Transitions > Defining Chamfer Transitions
Defining Chamfer Transitions
Consider the following when defining chamfer transitions:
If you copy, edit references, or place a group with a chamfer that contains user-defined transitions, the system removes these transitions from the resulting feature.
If a chamfer feature fails due to missing transition references, the system displays an error message and instructs you to redefine the transitions by selecting references for each transition. If a transition has invalid references, you may repair the transition by replacing references that are missing or invalid, or you can change the transition type.
If the chamfer set geometry is modified in Set mode (for example, references or sets have been removed or added) resulting in the associated user-defined transitions becoming invalid, the system will delete the invalid transitions and reconstruct the default transitions for the chamfer geometry. Note that the system will always maintain user-defined transitions whenever possible.