I’d appreciate a tip here… I am attempting to perfectly align a sphere on a long and skinny cylinder (i.e. “rod”). I need to make sure that a.) the rod goes directly through the center of the sphere, and, additionally, that the center of the sphere (which you can’t see, because it’s inside the sphere) is aligned directly on the center of the rod, from top to bottom.
With a sphere, there doesn’t seem to be the standard “center of object” points to grab.
The following image should provide some clarity.
I can eye-ball it fairly well, but I don’t want to go through 10 hours of printing to find out I was off by 5%.
Thanks so much!!!