I’m wondering what the easiest way is to match the angle of multiple sets of geometry at a specified point?
Currently, I would measure the angle, then set the gumball origin to the point, and rotate by that amount. Is there a way to ‘match angle’ more efficiently?
May 19, 2021, 4:04am
Hi Jeremy - it is a bit finicky but if I understand what you are trying to do, the one shot AlongParallel Osnap is what you need.
Start Rotate and set the rotation point and the start point at one corner of the box that is being rotated.
Thanks Pascal! I only previously knew about the osnap options at the bottom. Seems like
there’s always more to learn
I just thought I should mention that without your instructions, I would not have been able to figure this out myself easily. There doesn’t seem to be any ‘help’ walkthroughs within rhino for osnap operations?
May 22, 2021, 2:52pm
Hi Jeremy - yes, I know, and I am not even sure how to make something like this more discoverable. A series of blow-by-blows for some of the more obscure osnaps in Help is not a bad idea.