Imagepoint is something you set in the
Then you use the common expression object.ImagePointX(index) or object.ImagePointY(index) depending on the position you're looking for.
Before pinning the object, you set its position to the imagepointX/imagepointY location first.
I did it. But my problem is that when I pin an object to another, it sets it to origin and not to image point.
I've sent you a link of my dropbox with my project, if you wouldn't mind looking at it.