TilePlanner has the same hooking system used in DomuS3D that allows you to easily drop and connect compatible objects in your room.
Let's take a look at how we can easily match a faucet with a sink that is already in our project.
First, place a sink in your room; it can be a stand-alone sink, a wall-mounted sink, or even part of a modular collection (recessed or over-counter washbasin). The elevation of the sink, and the hole for the faucet, does not matter.
Now, let's select and drag a faucet into the scene. Again, the position and elevation of the sink don't matter; once you start dragging your faucet towards the sink, TilePlanner will activate automatic hooking points between the sink and the faucet, so they can easily connect automatically. As you move the faucet close to the sink, you'll see a magnet effect that pulls the faucet to the right location, adjusting elevation accordingly.
In the video below, the hooking points are shown in blue.
Hooking points are especially useful when pairing a faucet with a sink, but they are also useful for things like flush plates, shower enclosures, modular furnishings, and more.
When you see the blue balloons appear, that means that hooking points are active.