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Recognized Sketch Constraints

FeatureWorks recognition of sketch constraints depends on the options you select. To set the SolidWorks option, click Options > System Options > Sketch.

SolidWorks Option Setting FeatureWorks Options Settings  
Use fully defined sketches Enable Auto Dimensioning of Sketches Add constraints to sketch Results
On On On Sketch is fully defined and dimensioned. Concentric and other possible relations are added.
On Off On Sketch is fully defined. Concentric and fixed relations are added.
On On Off Sketch is fully defined and dimensioned. Concentric relations are NOT added. Other possible relations are added.
On Off Off Sketch is fully defined. Only fixed relations are added.
Off On On Sketch can remain under defined. It is dimensioned. Concentric and other possible relations are added.
Off Off On Sketch can remain under defined. Concentric and other possible relations are added.
Off On Off Sketch can remain under defined. It is dimensioned. Concentric relations are NOT added. Other possible relations are added.
Off Off Off Sketch can remain under defined. Dimensions and concentric relations are NOT added. Other possible relations are added.


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