SOLVESPACE -- parametric 2d/3d CAD

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Solve failed (by Paul)

I created a cylinder and hole for it in a block. I wanted to move the cylinder to the hole. So I select point on cylinder and point on the hole. Look at the picture.

When I select Constraint->On Point I got an error: Solve failed!

What I did wrong here?
Sun Sep 28 2014, 14:26:54
(no subject) (by Jonathan Westhues)
You seem to be creating that constraint in the extrusion group. In the extrusion group, the only unconstrained geometry is the extrusion depth; the center of that circle was already placed in the sketch-in-plane group where you drew it.

To fix this, constrain the center of the circle in the group where you sketch the circle, and then extrude it.
Sun Sep 28 2014, 14:37:43
(no subject) (by Paul)
Yes, that helped. I try to understand that. So, is the Solvespace something like pseudo 3d parametric modeler?

I can draw 2d shapes, extrude them, but cannot move them in 3d or create constraints there (only constraint on extrusion height works). Everything needs to be done in a workplane.
Sun Sep 28 2014, 14:57:58
(no subject) (by Jonathan Westhues)
Correct; SolveSpace is a parametric 3d modeler. So a lot of things will work roughly as you'd expect from Pro/E or SolidWorks, for example.
Sun Sep 28 2014, 15:08:08
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