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    I can't seem to figure out how to move a set of .igs wires I imported. I need to align them to my model, and they need to be rotated/adjusted to align properly. I have tried to promote them to wires (3d sketch) but I still can't find a way to move them.

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    Attach the file here.
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    Ok, here it is, I had to promote the wires to a 3d sketch and delete 90% of them, but the idea should remain the same. Just need to reorient the 3d sketch from the current plane and be able to position, just like you can with the move bodies command for a derived object.

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