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Old   September 10, 2013, 09:50
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Hello

I want to mesh my geometry in order to place the center of it on the coordinate system 1 (for example), and to have the geometry exactly directed by the z-axis.

Does anyone knows a command in prostar to easily achieve this move?

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you can copy the nodes and elements ,then move them and delete the original grid.
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