Sketcher Move

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Sketcher Move.svg Sketcher Move

Ubicación en el Menú
Sketch → Herramientas de croquis → Move
Entornos de trabajo
Atajo de teclado por defecto
Ctrl + M
Introducido en versión
Ver también
Clonar, Copiar


Moves the selected sketch elements from one point to another, using the last selected point as reference.

Sketcher move.png

The sequence of clicks is indicated by yellow arrows with numbers. Select element A; see a vector line indicated by two red lines from pivot point A pointing to mouse position number 2. Move the mouse pointer to the target location 3 and see the element now as B autoconstrained on point 3.


  1. Select the sketch elements for the move operation.
  2. There are several ways to invoke the command:
    • Press the Sketcher Move.svg Move button in the toolbar.
    • Use the Z then M keyboard shortcut.
    • Use the Sketch → Sketcher tools → Sketcher Move.svg Move entry in the menu.
  3. Move the mouse in the 3D view to the desired location.
    By keeping Shift pressed, the angle to the location can be fixed in steps of 5°. introduced in version 0.20
  4. Left-click in the 3D view to finish the move. The existing constraints move as well.
  5. If you want to detach an element and move it freely, delete its locking constraints and drag it with the mouse.

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