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Aligning multiple lines at once

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lucascantelle

Hello folks!

 

I would like to know if you guys could help me to align multiple lines to an specific point.

 

Take a look at this image. I want to align all color lines to the white one at the bottom.

Untitled_1.jpg

 

I tried to move them, but I need a reference point and I do not know how to do it.

Ive been searching about it here, but also unsuccessful.

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ReMark

Image missing?

 

OK...since I see no evidence of an image I'll take a wild guess here and say try using the ALIGN command. Your Help file will give you the particulars on how it is used.

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Dadgad

Welcome to CADTutor Lucas. :)

 

Check out this Lyn Allen link, regarding the use of the CHANGE command.

 

http://lynn.blogs.com/lynn_allens_blog/2015/11/a-thanksgiving-tip-on-cleaning-up-your-lines-with-the-top-secret-change-command.html

 

The part dealing with your question is near the end of the clip.

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lucascantelle

Thank you Dadgad for wlecoming me.

 

I tried to use CHANGE but its not working as I neeed.

I need to put all lines together on the same plane, same elevation in that case, but do it at once!

 

I fixed the missing image file on my first post.

 

Thank you and hope it can help you to help me!

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eldon

Perhaps the picture does not show a plan view??

 

Perhaps Flatten command would help.

 

It would be easier to help you if you could post the drawing file.

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Dadgad
Thank you Dadgad for wlecoming me.

 

I tried to use CHANGE but its not working as I neeed.

I need to put all lines together on the same plane, same elevation in that case, but do it at once!

 

I fixed the missing image file on my first post.

 

Thank you and hope it can help you to help me!

 

If you use the ELEVATION option in the CHANGE command you can do that too, just determine the elevation of that one line first, then specify that as the new elevation value, after selecting all of the lines (follow the commandline prompts).

 

Another way to do this would be using Properties or QUICK PROPERTIES, by selecting all of the lines or plines, and setting the Z Start values and Z End values to whatever the desired Z value is.

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