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Restoring a WCS...??

Restoring a WCS...??

Restoring a WCS...??

When saving a WCS there is a axis icon left behind in ghost form. I don't understand why I can't reactivate it. I can't touch it either.

Am I missing something? How can I restore a saved WCS?

Thanks in advance for any help!


RE: Restoring a WCS...??

To "restore" a saved wcs, wcs -> orient -> screen pick saved wcs to be restored.

RE: Restoring a WCS...??

To add to what ewh said, picking the saved WCS near its origin will enable you to select it.  I tried on a new part in UGNX 2 & it was able to select it just fine.  Turn off the display of the current WCS & you should see only the green saved WCS.  Change selection toolbar to Select General Items & you should be able to select the saved WCS.

Tim Flater
Senior Designer
Enkei America, Inc.

RE: Restoring a WCS...??

Thanks guys that did it!

I wasn't picking close enough to the center.

You guys are Great help!


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