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Building vertically is a big part of Satisfactory. It is really nice to be able to snap Buildings to each other on a horizontal line (even better that we are able to snap them to an intersection of two snap lines on a horizontal line.

Sometimes though you want to repeat a layer of Buildings on top of the already existing layer. Unfortunatly when building on the second layer there are no snap lines to the layer below so to copy the layer you would have to align the first building based on a foundation instead of the building below.

Can we get vertical snapping lines so we get a line if the building is exactly above (or below) of another building (with a foundation in between, of course)?
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Simplest solution to this problem is to build a foundation on the ground first, then starting your machine/building layout. The first one will snap to the foundation snaps, then for every level above that, just start at the same point on each level so that each higher level will be laid out directly above the level below it.
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I am aware of that and it is what I did. But if you do that it would still be nice to see a line if you are exactly above the machine below and not one snap point next to it.
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