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Using Multiple Coodinate Systems

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I've Been Experimenting Using Multiple Coordinate Systems At Different Elevations. While Using A Line, Curve, Or Whatever Command. Every Time I Try To Aline To The Different Coordinate System... I'm Coming Up With The Same Coordinate Plane.

 

Any Thought. On How To Use Multiple  Plane At Different Elevations

 

Thank you 

GregoryLee

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Re: Using Multiple Coodinate Systems

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Hi Greg,

 

Not sure what your use case is, as to why you need multiple coordinate systems.....but using reference planes is easy.

 

In Synchronous [which is what I think you're using mostly], it's as simple as placing a coincident plane based on one of the base [or existing user defined] planes....then once the steering wheel appears, reloacting [along or about the axis] it as desired.

 

ST8_PAR_Sync_OffsetPlane.PNG

Sean Cresswell
Design Manager Streetscape Ltd
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