There’re few ways to set the location of an object in TruCUT RDWorks, but what about strict location requirements.
When you are dealing with designs with strict design requirements, then using the Cup Property Bar to set the locations will give you the best result.
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All right, guys, In today's video, we're gonna be looking at how to set an object or shapes location using the Cut property bar, and this video will be four to Cut already works. But before that, let's have a quick intro first, so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za c o dot Today. We make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have daily updates. Otherwise, back in the programme here now, this is gonna be a miniseries on the cut property bar. It is located on top left here, and you'll be mostly using this bar change values of shapes and so forth. I'm not too sure why they call it the Cut Property Bar. There's one feature that may be related to cut properties. The rest is all editing or shape editing. So maybe something more like a headed bar or shape headed bar, something in that line. We've been more relevant, but if we never get here to view and we go to cut properly bar, we click that we'll see it disappears the same way you put it on. So it is called cut properly bar for some reason. Mhm. Now, when it comes to this bar, we're gonna be looking quickly at the first two settings, which is the location we can set the locations we've got for X and y so obviously horizontal and vertical and it is seven millimetres. In order for this to work, you need something selected. As you can see. Now we can see these values that are active. And then, as we see, the horizontal location is 600 the vertical it's 400. So now we have to go on top of ruler. Here we start by zero and we go all the way to 600. We go down and you will notice it's exactly in the centre of the cube. Same with 400 centre of the queue. Now you can actually set the the origin point or the location that it uses for measuring on your shape that we'll be covering that in another video. So currently, if you have something selected, it will have that nice little X in the middle. So, you know, if you set your values accordingly, it will align that X to whatever you've said it. So let's say we want that one on 700 simply just take our horizontal location in millimetres, say 700. Press enter, and now it is on 700. So if you're working with strict design rules and so forth, this can be a good feature to move your objects with, because obviously you can move your object with, um, arrow keys. It keeps shifting or normal for fine adjustment. You can click and hold it and moving around says a few different ways to do it. But like I say, if you want exact measurements, then I would recommend using these values on your cut property bar. But otherwise, for now, if we head here to softwaretraining.co.za got together today, you guys will notice we've got a variety of different Softwares who do cover. And also you can isolate your search on the top, right? If you do not, however, find the videos, you're looking for a request of training video. Then we will make that video for you. But otherwise thanks guys for watching and cheers