Would someone please tell me how to do 2 things?
1.) I need to find the 3D red, yellow, and blue "handles" to move objects around with.
2.) once I do that I need to combine (make a union of?) the two objects. If as I read, it's possible to do something to align the two parts perfectly (say, "Select both, then click "align") once they are in place (properly positioned) I need to do that before I fuse them.
I just want to be able to "drag, drop, and fuse/join/unite etc."
Please help me by utilizing the "KISS" principle.
After all my attempts I'm beginning to think I'm a little
What and Why:
i am attempting to fix a FreeCad file. I have been attempting to print a Christmas vase for a friend since October. For some reason the bottom of the vase came up unstable or warped as opposed to flat so that the vase rocks when I print it. I need to join a "primitive" cube to the bottom of the vase by sliding it into
the bottom of the vase thereby leveling the bottom off. I hope that is clear.
I had the "handles" once. When I went to fuse the two parts I got an error message and the parts would not fuse. Perhaps I used the wrong tool. I probably should have used the union tool. Now when I try to get the vase and the cube on the workbench the cube attaches itself to the vase (in the wrong place) and I cannot move just the cube. Moving one moves all. (and why is it that FreeCad search engine does not understand the words "handles" and "reposition?"
I have selected an earlier version of the vase I am making and will attempt to remake the bottom by fusing the two parts together and leveling the bottom out when I understand how to do it.
Thank you for being patient with my ignorance. If you want to laugh I won't take offense.