Hi everyone,

Is there a small bug in regards to resource position calculations?

```
plt_carrier_1[0] = plate_0 = Cos_96_Rd(name = 'test_plate_1')
# Checking automated calculations
plate_0.get_2d_center_offsets()
# >>> [Coordinate(x=63.5, y=43.0, z=0)]
plate_0.center()
# >>> Coordinate(x=63.5, y=43.0, z=0)
```

`.get_2d_center_offsets()`

returns a list containing a `Coordinate`

and `.center()`

only returns the `Coordinate`

- that is as I’d expect it.

But `.center()`

should calculate the center of the resource/plate in all dimensions, including z, but it doesn’t.

This means these two method return the same Coordinate even though one explicitly states it is only concerned about the “2d_center” (`.get_2d_center_offsets()`

), leading to the assumption that the other is concerned about the “3d_center” (`.center()`

)?

Is this by design or a bug?