Relative Construction Methods

In addition to Guide Lines and Snap Guides, the relative construction methods also constrain the element construction direction to a constant angle or offset. They are accessible from the Drafting Aids toolbar:

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They can also be accessed from the third button of the Control Box.

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Note: The Control Box is not visible by default. It is available at Window > Palettes.

See Control Box for more information.

Each Relative Construction Method is described in the following sections:

Parallel and Perpendicular Constraints

Angle Bisector Constraint

Offset and Multiple Offset Constraints (Relative Construction Methods)

Aligning Elements to a Surface in 3D

Snap Points on Temporary Vector

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Angle Bisector Constraint

Using the Angle Bisector relative construction method, you can draw elements bisecting the angle formed by other elements or temporary reference ...