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popindos
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move operation

Hello, installed Fusion 360 personal today. I built a body and when I tried to move it, I noticed it. If you pull the x-axis, the "x distance" parameter changes in the move properties window, if you pull the y-axis, the "z distance" parameter changes, if you pull the z-axis, the "y distance" parameter changes.
Is this an error?

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TheCADWhisperer
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@popindos 

What are you attempting to model?

Do you have a picture of something similar from the real world?

 

Move is almost always the wrong move (pun intended) as used by beginners.

Usually use Joints instead of Move.

 

Are there any unresolved issues highlighted in your Timeline?

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HughesTooling
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Free move will be relative to the face you've got the pivot set on.

If you set the pivot on the top face it will use the axis you expected.

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As mentioned by @TheCADWhisperer Move is almost always the wrong tool and Free Move is the worst of all as it's not parametric. Translate has option to move relative to the component or document and is parametric.

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Mark Hughes
Owner, Hughes Tooling
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