This point is on the line and the circle intersection. But zoom in shows the point has moved away from intersection. What is the reason for that?

This point is on the line and the circle intersection. But zoom in shows the point has moved away from intersection. What is the reason for that?

This was sketch3. It was cut extruded then feature was patterned. This was the reason circle made it segmented line.

Maha,

Showing OK for me, it's probably just a graphics display issue when you zoom in too far...it happens sometimes. As Tony Tieuli says, the model you supplied is at a different state than the screenshot so difficult to be sure.

What do you see if you hover your mouse over the constraint glyphs?

Everyone here has tried to get you to think about how arcs are displayed when you zoom in.

Arcs are displayed as a series of faceted line segments to speed up the graphics rather than as true arcs.

So when the arc is faceted into short lines - the curve

**image**(not the curve itself) is lost.Even though the curve is not displayed, but instead a line is displayed - the point is still coincident with the mathematical curve as if it were displayed.

If you hover your mouse over the two constraint glyphs you should see that one constraint is the point to the radial line and the other constraint is the point to the arc.

Note that the facet simplification of the "arc" is also highlighted.

What do you see if you hover your mouse over the constraint glyphs?

Everyone here has tried to get you to think about how arcs are displayed when you zoom in.

Arcs are displayed as a series of faceted line segments to speed up the graphics rather than as true arcs.

So when the arc is faceted into short lines - the curve

image(not the curve itself) is lost.Even though the curve is not displayed, but instead a line is displayed - the point is still coincident with the mathematical curve as if it were displayed.

If you hover your mouse over the two constraint glyphs you should see that one constraint is the point to the radial line and the other constraint is the point to the arc.

Note that the facet simplification of the "arc" is also highlighted.