Recently i stucked with a problem when started rendering my part in solidworks.
My question is how can we change mager axises in solidworks.
For example if you drew your first sketch in Top plan and suddenly after you finished your modeling,realize that your model should be drawn in Right plan.
Use the move copy body command. See tutorial below.
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Go to insert>features?Move/Copy Body, then click on rotate/translate and then from the rotate pulldown you can rotate the body. So for example if I rotate the part shown by the x-axis, by 90 degrees, it essentially moves the front plane to the top plane.
You may also need to do a second move copy body to translate the body into the right position, so that your shadows are correct.
my prefered method!
This method can work as a last ditch effort. The issue comes if you have in-context references in other parts pointing to, for example, sketches. Or when trying to edit in-context, while editing a feature or sketch in the middle of the tree, the part will be flipped, rotated, and or moved. It can get hairy!
Then for consistency, rename the planes (Right becomes Front, Front becomes Right, etc.) They will appear in a different order than standard but will be much less confusing for the next user.
Maybe I'm missing something here but why not just edit the sketch plane?
Just click the sketch in the feature tree and then click 'edit sketch plane' and select the plane you want the sketch to be on.
Brian is right. If you just want to change the plane of sketch, just follow these steps:-
expand the feature> right click on the sketch >edit the sketch plane> clear selections in the window> and choose the plane from the design tree. That's all.
depending on how the part is built, he may get rebuild errors from subsequent features if you simply move the initial sketch plane.
Yes this is the best way to reorient the design intent. Note: after changing the sketch plane it may be nesessary to edit the associated feature extrude direction . after that everything behaves correctly.
hi may friend your answer have more way
one way in the solid works . Beginning Model on the plan drawing.Next, if you want Change axises.
Right Click and select Edit sketch plan model For example i design model front plan and change axises and plan
2 way in photo view very easy just select z.y.x very nice
Yes, if you update the first sketch plane and subsequent planes are referenced absolutely, you can cause rebuild errors. This is why I usually try and use relative model features to define my reference geometry. So my references update when the model changes and don't stay stuck to absolute references. It's not always possible to draw this way but it's a good habit to get into and can save a lot of time when you have to go back and change something at the top of a long feature tree. So if you have a face lying on the right plane and you want to draw on that face. Select the face and not the right plane for your sketch. One way will update properly if the model changes but the other won't. That's a simple example but the pitfalls are not always so obvious.
Use update Views, rather than adding features. (Advice given to me via this site last year); better method.
Boa tarde amigo
Acho que entendi seu problema, e não vejo outra solução a não ser a de retroceder sua árvore de construção até o inicio de seu projeto e editar manualmente seu plano de esboço e depois ir corrigindo os erros que irão aparecer.
Esta situação aparece muito quando vamos mandar uma peça para o CAM e precisamos da orientação correta dos eixos.
Espero ter ajudado e que o Google Tradutor não tenha traduzido errado.
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