t operation
Synopsis
t(tx, ty, tz)
Parameters
 tx (float), ty float), tz (float)
Amount to translate in each direction.
The t operation translates the scope by the vector (tx, ty, tz), i.e.
the vector is added to scope.t.
If the scope rotation is nonzero, then the passed translation vector is rotated around the pivot, with angles
(scope.rx, scope.ry, scope.rz), first.
In other words, the translation is relative to the scope axes.
The relative operator ' permits a convenient notation relative to the scope size:
t('tx,0,0) is equivalent to t(tx*scope.sx, 0, 0).
Note: t(x,y,z) is the same as translate(rel, scope, x, y, z).
Related
Examples
Translate  Rotation Concatenation
A> primitiveCube()This is the initial shape we start with. 

A> primitiveCube() t(2,0,0)First a translation of two units along the xaxis. 

A> primitiveCube() t(2,0,0) r(0,30,0)Then a rotation of 30 degrees around the yaxis. 

A> primitiveCube() t(2,0,0) r(0,30,0) t('2,0,0)And another translation of 2 units along the xaxis. Note:

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