Just re-found SKUP (after some 6 - 7 years away) and just joined the forum, so apologies if I’ve posted this in the wrong place or should this topic have been covered before (I searched and don’t think it has, but just in case !).
I have a domed object that I cut a hole in. Just before cutting the hole I copied the faces I was about to cut and greeted a group out of them. So, I now have a dome with a hole in it and its matching ‘plug’, if you like, that came from the hole ! Easy.
I now want to place the ‘plug’ so that it lies ‘flat’ on the red/grn plane.
Being from a domed object the ‘plug’ is angled / squiff to all axes. I have ‘filled’ in the back / reverse side of my ‘plug’ so that there is one perfectly flat side / surface.
How would I rotate this (flat) side to, say the reg/grn plane please ?
I can rotate but I wondered if there was a way to select, say, the flat surface and then select another surface and have SKUP align the two automatically.
I’m using SKUP Make (both 2016 / 2017 - can’t quite get my plugin/extensions to migrate from 2016 to 2017 yet, hence my using both) and am 3D printing my design (hence the reason to be able to set one surface of my design to the red/grn plane - the printer bed).
Anyone able to help me please ? Or do I simply need to persevere with the rotate tool ?
Thanks in advance.