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Can't get a single loft to have rotational symmetry with other lofts
-edit- after playing around a little more, I realized I had two misaligned errors that were masking my real problem. The loft is now fixed.
My project is here: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/17a8eeb784a63ef16cea2b43/w/ad3d4455af0ef1d1d1655d29/e/4197b7fc5b2c1b06d9bfd204
I am lofting an x shape to a center square, and for some reason one of the lofts from the corner will not evenly align with the other 3 along the y axis. I tried to align by vertex, but that makes the x axis loose alignment. I've tripple checked that my sketches have symmetry and that lofts 2-4 are properly centered. Are there any recommendations for how to square things up? my goal is to have the centering between loft 3 and 5 be the same as between loft 2 and 4 without the triangle between loft 5 and 2 going out of alignment.
Its part studio 2 in case the share tab doesnt go right to it. If I need to put any more information let me knop