- To Cartesian coordinates.
- To an angle.
- To a distance from the last point.
- To both an angle and a distance.
- Vertically from the construction plane.
- To x, y, and z coordinate points.
- To relative coordinates.

Constrain the marker to an exact location on an object such as the center of a circle or the midpoint of a line.

Set object snaps state.

Track along a line.

Track along a line parallel to a reference line between two points.

Snap midway between two specified locations.

Snap to the center of a circle, arc, closed polyline, or annotation text bounding box.

Snap to the end of a curve.

Snap from a specified base point.

Snap to the intersections of curves, edges, and isoparametric curves on a surface.

Snap to a knot on a curve or surface.

Snap to the midpoint of a curve or surface edge.

Snap onto a curve at the cursor location.

Turn off persistent object snaps for one pick.

Snap to and track along a selected curve for one pick.

Snap to and track over a polysurface for one pick.

Snap to and track over a surface for one pick.

Snap perpendicular to a curve.

Track along a line perpendicular to a curve.

Snap to a point object, control point, edit point, and block or text insertion point.

Snap to the point on a curve that is at the maximum x or y point relative to the current construction plane.

Snap tangent to a curve.

Track along a line tangent to a curve.

Snap to a mesh vertex.

Rhinoceros 6 © 2010-2020 Robert McNeel & Associates. 13-Oct-2020