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A: Yes, that's correct. Normally the best way to do this is using the Clip Space. Here you can place your object, move it, and rotate it all in a single step. Also note that you can be very precise with your placement. If you place on a corner of a specific cube then it's almost as if you were placing the object on a wall. In the future make sure that you don't click on the icon in the top left corner and that you leave the pivot point as "World". If you need more information then read this. Alternatively you can use the Snap option (check box on the right) on your object to place it on a specific plane. Other good tutorials Blender Help on snapping Blender Help on the clipping Edit: If you want to snap it to something else make sure that the object is parented to the object you want to snap it to (and then you can use "Ctrl+P" on the object you want to snap it to and type the name of your object in the box). Check this out: To move your object (and the cursor at the same time) click on an edge and then drag the mouse (or use the arrow keys). Once you have positioned it correctly, press Shift + S to place the object on a plane, and select the plane. When you are satisfied with the position, press Ctrl + P to parent the object to that plane. Or alternatively, here is a tutorial that I found very useful when I was learning the basics of Blender: Advanced Blender Tutorials: Tutorials in a Video You could try the snap to grid functionality. Go to View > Snap > Grid In the 3D viewport click on a corner of the screen (say the top left) At the bottom of the 3D view click on the green dot. In the properties panel on the right, under "Snap" there is a checkbox for "Snapping to grid" - make sure this is ticked The location of the cursor should be changed from the default "No snap" to "Snapping to grid" The development and establishment of a spin-echo sequence for the magnetic resonance imaging of the equine stifle joint. A spin-echo pulse sequence was developed for the magnetic resonance imaging of the equine stifle joint

 

 


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