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Reassigning New Coordinate System
#1
How do you move an interection of an object to the new coordinate system?

   
#2
Can you give more details? Did you mean how to move the origin of the object ?
#3
(12-29-2021, 06:32 PM)Olivier Wrote: Can you give more details? Did you mean how to move the origin of the object ?

Yes sir.

I have recorded a 3-Point origin from the KUKA Robot. I created and defined a reference frame and now I want to "Move Geometry" to the origin point in the object.
#4
You can apply a geometry move if you click on "More options" after double clicking on the object if that is what you are looking for.

   
#5
I know how to use the "More Options", but I want to be able locate exactly for a corner, center of a bolt hole, etc.  The way I have been moving the specific location of the part, is to create a "tool measure" point and use "options" of the part, to see the absolute coordinates relative to each other.  I then subtract the absolutes of the X,Y,Z coordinates and move the geometry incrementally by typing in. Very time consuming if I want to move many part coordinate origins.

Anything easier? I have not found anything. Can you do this by frame, teach targets or frames, etc. and copying coordinates to get incremental moves?
#6
Take a look at these videos and let me know if it helps:
https://youtu.be/fIEtfhCnQKQ?t=408
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6SArydO_...l8&index=7

Jeremy
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#7
(01-04-2022, 09:13 PM)Jeremy Wrote: Take a look at these videos and let me know if it helps:
https://youtu.be/fIEtfhCnQKQ?t=408
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6SArydO_...l8&index=7

Jeremy

Thank you,

That will do the trick.
  




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