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    Spin this. I did not know if the OP even knew how to change his UCS. You got to start from somewhere and I picked ground zero. Once he got past that I would have explained the next step. But you took over so here is where we are at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    Spin this. I did not know if the OP even knew how to change his UCS. You got to start from somewhere and I picked ground zero. Once he got past that I would have explained the next step. But you took over so here is where we are at.
    I agree 100%, and the reference to spinning the helix was not meant to fault the approach. I was just trying to connect some dots for the OP, in terms of doors of perception (perspectives), if you will.

    I scrupulously avoided muddying the flatshot waters by talking about setting up any additional views. You've got to stand up before you walk, and nobody ever learned to walk while sitting on the floor.

    You have the patience of a robotic saint, and your largesse & depth of informedness are reasonably staggering. With the possible exception of the reluctance you show to using the SLICE command!
    Volume and repetition do not validate opinions forged in the absence of thought.

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