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   Example commands using the off_trans program. This program applies Euclidean transformations (rotations, translations, reflections, central inversion), and scaling transformations to the model. Some transformations are specified using the coordinate system alone (e.g. a translation of 2 units in the direction of the z-axis) while others also reference the model being transformed (e.g. a translation that carries the model centroid onto the coordinate origin).
 
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