Hi, sorry if this is an obvious question or has an obvious answer that has been answered somewhere else. I have tried looking around the forums and elsewhere on the web, but haven’t seen a clear answer. I’m fairly new to Blender, but not 3d visualisation software.
I have two objects, and I’d like to translate one object so that one of the vertices of object 1 is at exactly the same co-ordinates as a vertex on the other. I’m quite unclear as to how to do that - what I’d like is to be able to obtain the delta x, y and z co-ordinates of the distance between them, and then move the object by that amount.
Is there an easy way to achieve this, or do I need to venture down the path of Python scripts or suchlike ? Hoping someone can reveal the answer, or point me to a url with all the secret knowledge of the finer points of measuring and moving vertices. Thanks for reading this far.