dbecad wrote: ↑Fri Apr 13, 2018 8:19 pmYou can also use the symmetry tool on the vertical/horizontal axis, but as Willem mentioned you would still have to apply equal constraints to the radius, borders and tangent constraints to the end segments to lock everything in place.
It's a too bad there are no "symmetry clone" tools to facilitate the process.
It's mirroring about the point you selected last. Select your arc then the vertical line (center line) You should make the mirror line construction.lemonbug wrote: ↑Fri Apr 13, 2018 10:03 pmGiven the arc on the left how do I mirror it to the point circled on the right? I selected the arc itself on the left, then the end point of the line, then the symmetric geometry button in sketcher. when i do this it shoots it way off to the right. i don't understand what it is referencing way over there. thanks
NormandC wrote: ↑Sat Apr 14, 2018 3:33 pmAre you using v0.16 or v0.17?
In your screen capture, I don't see tangent constraints between the two arcs and between the line and the arc. You should always ensure tangency with a tangent constraint. Furthermore, it should be a point-to-point tangency constraint which replaces a coincident constraint.
IMO you are making it way more complicated than it needs to be by attempting to mirror two simple arcs. And you should take advantage of the Sketcher Polyline tool. It does not only create line segments but arcs too.