Located half way between the point of a dart and the hip line. Used in the slash and the pivot methods of flat pattern drafting.
a much stronger support and resistance when compared to M points
point where two physical elements are in a torsion phase. In the case of a motorcycle it can, for example, be the steering column.
The point the gizmo centres around, controls where rotation takes place.
The point at which resistance disintegrates and the stock price begins to rise past the prior resistance level. This point can be considered the optimal time to buy as the bulls are gaining strength.
Literally, a shaft or pin on which something revolves. A pivot point can also be imaginary; a football pivots about an invisible line drawn from nose to nose as it is thrown through the air.
Point on the ball's surface where all track lines intersect.
A specific position in 3D space used as a reference for the transformations of objects, particularly for rotations. Every object (and group of objects) has a pivot point that can be moved relative to the object. In other software packages, known as center.