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Joined: Thu Jul 10, 2014 4:21 pm
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Hi everybody,

I'm trying to make a translation from a mesh on X and Y axes.
But I can't be sure that I did it well.

I used translation tools,

I click on axe OX, check norm fix: -0.7
then ok
I did the same for axe OY but It seems that norm fix is always similar on axe OX and OY? I don't understand why?

Does somebody can give me the right process to make XY translation, please?

Thank you,

Sylvain gautier
CIDCO

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Wed Jan 28, 2015 11:07 pm
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Hi sylvain,

in the translation tool, the OX (or OY...) button only allows you to make a translation along 1 direction at a time.
For example, to move your mesh of DX=2 and DY=3, you first have to translate your mesh with OX, fixing the norm to 2 (Hit OK) and do it again on OY, fixing the norm to 3 (and Hit OK again).

Another solution is to use a functionnality which should be much better known amongst our users: when you define a point with XYZ, you can define the difference with the previous entered point.
In your use case, this is what I would suggest:
Use the "Define vector with 2 points" (instead of "OX Axis") and activate the "XYZ" option in order to have the field which you can fill.
For the first point, enter "0 0 0" for your first point, hit the "Enter" button.
Now, for the second point, I suggest to enter "Dx2 Dy3" and hit the "Enter" button.
This way you have defined the vector X=2, Y=3, Z=0.

You can see in this procedure that you can enter any point for the first one! I suggested here to use "0 0 0" but you could also click a point on your mesh. The important thing here is the "Dx2 Dy3" text entered.

Let me know if this is clear for you!

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Thu Jan 29, 2015 9:40 am
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