TransMagic displays parts in their original orientation, using a "right hand" coordinate system. Some European CAD applications use a "left hand" coordinate system and so depending on the originating CAD system, some parts may appear turned around. This can be managed by rotating your view of the part (in most cases) or actually physically rotating the part with TransMagic's Precise Positioning tools when necessary.
Articles in this section
- Choosing Your Selection Mode
- When I open a file, the progress meter runs to 100%, and then crashes.
- Why are there still tolerant edges/gaps even after I run Full Repair?
- How do I turn on the MagicSURFACE feature?
- Can I rotate the axis of the drawing I am opening in TransMagic?
- Boolean subtraction -- how to create a reversed negative
- Even after Full Repair I still get less than a 100 "percenage of good geom" score. How can I get this to 100?
- SOLID Pro/E assembly and "unstitched edges"
- I ran several repair functions on a file and TransMagic keeps telling me that the object needs "Semi-Auto Repair" ??
- Does TransMagic have the ability to calculate hose length?