August 1, 2019 at 8:02 pmkjohnson10Subscriber
For some objects that are cut in HFSS, simply changing the coordinate system of an underlying planar geometry can result in perfect overlapping of parts.
However, when trying to overlap a helical design, the helix is offset.
This is not an urgent issue, but I do wonder what can be done to fix this without adjusting the the part in space.
Thank you in advance for any contributions.
August 1, 2019 at 8:04 pmkjohnson10Subscriber
I figured out that you need to click the Global coordinate system before selecting the object to be copy/pasted.
This causes perfect overlap.
I have solved this issue.
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