Aligns objects with other objects in 2D and 3D.
Either one, two, or three pairs of source points and definition points can be specified
to move, rotate, or tilt the selected objects, aligning them with points on another
Specify either one, two, or three pairs of source points and definition points to
align the selected objects.
The following prompts are displayed.
- Select objects
Select the objects to align and press Enter.
The next series of prompts asks for source and destination points. The number of point
pairs that you specify determines the results.
- First source point, First destination point
When you select only one source point and destination point pair, the selected objects
move in 2D or 3D from the source point (1) to the destination point (2).
- First and Second source and destination points
When you select two point pairs, you can move, rotate, and scale the selected objects
to align with other objects.
The first set of source and destination points defines the base point for the alignment
(1, 2). The second set of points defines the angle of rotation (3, 4).
After you enter the second set of points, you are prompted to scale the object. The
distance between the first and second destination points (2, 4) is used as the reference
length to which the object is scaled. Scaling is available only when you are aligning
objects using two point pairs.NOTE: If you use two source and destination points to perform a 3D alignment on non-perpendicular
working planes, you get unpredictable results.
- First, Second, and Third source and destination points
When you select three point pairs, you can move and rotate the selected objects in
3D to align with other objects.
The selected objects move from the source point (1) to the destination point (2).
The selected object is rotated (1 and 3) so that it aligns with the destination object
(2 and 4).
The selected object is then rotated again (3 and 5) so that it aligns with the destination
object (4 and 6).
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