You can see the image here below where it has a red line, and this red line is the line I want to make sure all edges align with it perfectly. The 2 other edges align perfectly, but the other one seems to be off.

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I tried making it align with the red line by just moving it, but it would always never be 100% accurate.

I have seen some topics having the same question, but I could not understand them clearly, if anyone could give a very detailed and easy to follow solution, it would be appreciated, thanks.

  • $\begingroup$ select the verts, push S, X then 0 on the numpad. $\endgroup$
    – Jakemoyo
    May 7, 2022 at 11:13
  • $\begingroup$ It just brings me back to its original state. Nothing happens. $\endgroup$
    – FerbiZides
    May 7, 2022 at 11:50

2 Answers 2


You can align the vertices of a mesh along an axis in the following way:

  1. Mark the point you want to use as center

  2. Place the 3D Cursor there (SHIFT + S)

  3. Switch Transform Pivot Point to 3D Cursor

  4. Mark the points you want to align

  5. Press S for scale, then X for a specific axis and then the 0 key on the numeric keypad

This will scale the position of the selected vertices to the previously selected zero point, namely the 3D cursor on the X axis.

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Alternative answer:

Select Vertex mode under snapping. enter image description here

In wireframe mode (SHFT-Z), box select the centre verts. enter image description here

Hover the mouse over the top vert and hit G>X. Then hold down CTRL and hit ENTER. enter image description here


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