How many times do you get a fillet with an error, and you open it up and Solidworks tells you the fillet is missing one edge? How often can you actually remember what that fillet was filleting? Solidworks 2009 is here to help. Lets take a look.
In this image, we can see a very nice fillet on two of the rectangular holes cut through this brass part:
Now a few months down the road, a change is made to remove one of the rectangular slots. Guess what happens:
You now have a fillet feature with rebuild errors. Well instead of calling your VAR and waking up the application engineer, you edit the feature, and Solidworks 2009 will help you out:
Solidworks will give you red dashed lines showing where the missing edges used to be. This will hopefully jar your memory into what the original intent was, and you can quickly fix it.