How to define geometry from the centre where dimensions can be adjusted with respect to that centre?
July 12, 2019 at 10:44 amDavidvia0Subscriber
I think it may sound trivial, but I am not able to draw and dimensional my drawing from the centre in Space Claim. If I want to make just a simple rectangle from centre and then change horizontal and vertical sizes - it changes them with respect to the edge instead of figure's centre. I have checked option 'define rectangle from centre', but dimensions are changing with respect to the edge still. Is there any other option where I can look to solve this issue? I tried to reset Ansys SpaceClaim but it did not help.
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