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s.watson1
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How do I rotate a 3D model in model space?

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04-13-2012 12:33 PM

Hi guys, need some help with this for a uni assessment.

 

Basically I've got a detail specifice to my design, I've extruded all of the layers up to their desired levels etc, but now I want to be able to rotate it all so that instead of these layers being orientated vertically, they are orientated horizontally, if that makes sense. I understand that there is something involved with the UCS but I'm not sure how to get this to work, I've tried numerous different solutions suggested to me by peers doing the same project but none I seemm to try work. This may be an issue with my computer as I know my laptop graphics card is pretty rubbish and impacts a lot of 3d programs such as Rhino and SketchUp so this could be the issue here, if so I'll need to try on someone else's computer, but any help would be greatly appreciated as the deadline is Monday!

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Alfred.NESWADBA
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04-13-2012 12:36 PM in reply to: s.watson1

Hi,

 

what about 3DROTATE? (>>>details<<<)

 

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Re: How do I rotate a 3D model in model space?

04-13-2012 12:47 PM in reply to: s.watson1

Got it in one, thank you!!!

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