I was looking over the SW forum area and notice an old thread that talks about the SW 3-face blend function not working correctly. This was a back in 2011. Our beloved @MLombard even commented on it. Anyway the users were asking if this issue was resolved yet..nope not yet.
Anyway, does SE offer a 3-face blend (aka full round)? Just curious as I can't seem to find it. Sounds like a pretty simple and useful feature if not.
Solid Edge doesn't provide "direct" feature or option for this (If I understand clear your question). There is a "blend" option, but it works well with two surfaces.
I have little experience in VISI (parasolid based CAD/CAM system), it has a very strong surface functionality.
Here is a video what it can do with three surfaces:
Yes, it would be nice in Solid Edge for modelin plastic part.
This is eaxctly what I thinking of for a 3-face blend. Basically it is a side, tangent, side blend. You do it most commonly on plastic injection molded parts that have ribs. In the video they show using it as a slot-type cutout. I'm not sure I'd use a calculation intense feature like that.
Here's the link to the SW forum thread.
This shows how their tool doesn't calculate a uniform curvagture across the 3 faces.
Here's the NX version.
When I was chairing the NX Design and Assy SIG for PLM World this feature was one of the projects we workded directly with development and product managers with to design.