You can be as accurate as you have dimensions for if you are familiar with traditional drafting techniques. The new ability to type in dimensions as you are drawing a line or object makes version 9 even better for drawing up complex parts. The Offset tool make it easy to draw a standard width board. Layout guidelines can be set up at any angle if you know the angle. If I need a new node at a known distance from a known endpoint then I draw a temporary line from the end to the node position (typing in the distance as I'm drawing along the previous line) and then continue perpendicular from my new end (node) point. The new vector validator will remind you where you put any overlaying temporary lines so you can delete them if it matters.wood400 wrote:Hi Folks. I have a particular instance in roofing geometry where most of the geometry is obtained by perpendicular lines . how accurate can i be with inserting a node point.
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