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You're right, I missed your comment about needing the smallest radius. Sorry

Does it really have to be the smallest radius? Why don't you go slightly bigger, by a few mm, and be sure it will fit? The back end will still be a proper tangent, and the front one will be so few bare fractions different that it probably won't matter.

Hmmmm.

That's starting on a journey down a slippery slope.

That ends with junk this.....

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Oh nonsense. If you really believe that, then you lack skill in constructing out of wood. Besides, you'll never get the level of accuracy you desire, as the solution will require an iterating equation.
    
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LOL...

My woodworking skills are just fine, it's the math.
Yes integrating simultaneous linear equations, but sine and tangent? What?
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post #14 of 23
I can't be the only one that thinks this is complicated for no reason? To me it seems you get the rest measured and cut, than measure the length and width of that round piece and place a protector at the point they meet in the inner joint and cut. You would than make the measurement and cut on the one side so it fits.

Unless it's the most expensive wood ever, just try a few times? Seems like you need to ditch the computer.
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post #15 of 23
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You're missing what I'm asking. I can make the piece, in fact there's one sitting on my workbench right now that's the perfect size. Making it isn't the problem. I'd like to be able to do the math and the math is what I'm asking for help with.
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Oh, no wonder. You made this:



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post #17 of 23
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Oh, no wonder. You made this:



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Here's the two I made last week.



Kind of like this one, but haven't had time to test and compare the sound quality yet.

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post #18 of 23
This gets tricky because I think you also want the circle to NOT overlap or extend beyond the sides of the rectangle, correct?
For example, here are 3 circles that all meet your requirement of touching the opposite corners, but of the 3, the largest radius (green) is the only who that does not extend beyond the sides of the rectangle:


So assuming you want it to NOT go beyond the sides, I can get you the smallest radius for your setup, but it ALSO is currently assuming that your dimensions for the rectangle's sides will follow the same ratio (1.5625:2 or 0.78125 for short/long)
As long as these assumptions are true, then the radius would be:

1.3192 * length of short side OR
1.030625 * length of long side

with the center of the circle or radius positioned "X" distance to the left of the short side where:
X = 0.319200 * length of the short side OR
X = 0.249375 * length of the long side
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This gets tricky because I think you also want the circle to NOT overlap or extend beyond the sides of the rectangle, correct?
For example, here are 3 circles that all meet your requirement of touching the opposite corners, but of the 3, the largest radius (green) is the only who that does not extend beyond the sides of the rectangle:


So assuming you want it to NOT go beyond the sides, I can get you the smallest radius for your setup, but it ALSO is currently assuming that your dimensions for the rectangle's sides will follow the same ratio (1.5625:2 or 0.78125 for short/long)
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1.3192 * length of short side OR
1.030625 * length of long side

with the center of the circle or radius positioned "X" distance to the left of the short side where:
X = 0.319200 * length of the short side OR
X = 0.249375 * length of the long side

Let's keep it simple:

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post #20 of 23
You can obtain the location of the center of circle by finding the intersection of the two following lines:

1. The line formed by all equidistant points from the two corners.
2. The line projected using the top side of the rectangle.

Short answer: If a = length of the short side and b = length of the long side, r = (a^2 + b^2) / (2a).
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