As I use the sketcher tool on a plane or a surface, it snaps the geometrical constraints from origin/other lines/points etc while sketching.
But when sketching on a surface of a solid body (or maybe on a face), It does not snap geometrical constraints from the solid body. I was using this feature in Solidworks which I find it very useful, however, I could not find any options or buttons for that.
For example: I want to sketch a square on a solidbody's square face, and I want one of new square's point coincidence with the corner point of the solid when I start drawing the square by clicking on the corner of the solid.
Select the elements (plane and line, point and point, etc), use the gumb "Constrains defined in dialog box" and there are some of geometrical constraints like Coincidence, Paralelism...
Or select the elements, use the gumb "constrains" then you will become distance or angle, but then click with your right mouse click, and you will becom all possible geometrical constrains for the selected elemens.
That's what I'm using right now and it is not what i'm looking for.
That option you suggest needs to make three more actions to do. But in Solidworks, you can easily start to draw from a corner and it snaps to that corner automaticaly.
In Catia, you can use auto-snap with origins, Planes (default made geometries by CATIA) but not the ones that you created.
Hvala Nedim for the suggestion anyways.
You mean a positioned sketch?
You will make a sjetch so, that the origin of the sketch is on a point or corner of your solid?
For that there is a option positioned sketch, you can selec a plane, a point and a direction fot H or V axsis.