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Re: create a point in a datum CSYS associatively

Genius
Genius

Hi @sdeters  Thanks for your suggestion!

 

I just find a previous thread "How to create a point under a coordinate system?" dicussing the same topic.

Re: create a point in a datum CSYS associatively

Gears Phenom Gears Phenom
Gears Phenom

I don't think that is right. If you create a Datum CSYS offset from another Datum CSYS, then rotate/move the Datum CSYS you offset from the new Datum CSYS will rotate/move accordingly.

 

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Re: create a point in a datum CSYS associatively

Genius
Genius

Hi @Inch   Thanks for your comments! I just see your video. Thank you for it!

 

Yes, you are right with regard to the associativeness between a datum csys and its offset. But I was thinking about the "offset direction", and in other words, the CSYS that the translational offset operation is based on.

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Re: create a point in a datum CSYS associatively

Genius
Genius
I just find that, in the Line tool, the start/end points can be created in a specified datum CSYS associatively. This is really good. It's regretful that the Point command does not have the capability.
 
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