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```Hi

Is there a way to rotate and position a newly created coordinate
system and then create planes on the axis of the coordinate system.

If not is there a solidworks addin that can be purchased?

Thanks

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Reply al.kuronya (13) 5/25/2005 11:39:14 PM

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```On 25 May 2005 16:39:14 -0700, "camtd" <al.kuronya@snet.net> wrote:

>
>Is there a way to rotate and position a newly created coordinate
>system and then create planes on the axis of the coordinate system.

Why not just define it where you want it?
--
Cliff
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```There is probably more the one way to do this.
Sketch lines for the three x,y,and z axis. Insert, Reference Geometry,
Coordinate System using these sketches. Using the sketches, insert Reference
Geometry, Planes.
Best Regards,
Devon T. Sowell
www.3-ddesignsolutions.com

"camtd" <al.kuronya@snet.net> wrote in message
> Hi
>
> Is there a way to rotate and position a newly created coordinate
> system and then create planes on the axis of the coordinate system.
>
> If not is there a solidworks addin that can be purchased?
>
> Thanks
>

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```How about creating the planes first, then apply the coordinate system to
that?
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```When you think about it there has to be three points to define a Csys.
That will also define one plane.

It is an interesting thought to have a copy of Front, Right and Top go
alone with a Csys.

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```On 26 May 2005 05:43:28 -0700, "TOP" <kellnerp@cbd.net> wrote:

>When you think about it there has to be three points to define a Csys.
>That will also define one plane.

Well .......
Often one location/point (the first) is used to define the origin,
the second to define the X axis (relative to the first) and the
third established the Y axis direction from the first point and
at right angles to the X axis. The Z axis follows from te origin
point & the right-hand rule (execpt in places like Europe IIRC,
where the left hand rule is used).

OR three non-colinear points may be used to define a plane.
--
Cliff
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