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3DSketch PropertyManager

To display the 3DSketch PropertyManager:

  1. You can:
    • Click 3D Sketch Tool_3D_Sketch.gif or Insert > 3D sketch.
    • Select a plane and click 3D Sketch on Plane Tool_3D_on_a_Plane.gif or Insert > 3D Sketch on Plane.
  2. Select the PropertyManager Tab_PropertyManager.gif tab to display the 3DSketch PropertyManager.

Planes

Lists planes you add to the 3D sketch.

To populate Planes:

  1. Click Plane Tool_PLane_Sketch.gif (Sketch toolbar) or Tools > Sketch Entities > Plane.
  2. In the Sketch Plane PropertyManager, click PM_OK.gif to return to the Properties PropertyManager.

To highlight a plane:

  • Select an item under Planes.

Visibility

Enables you to clear or select visibility for:

Planes When cleared, it only hides the identification of the plane.

Plane outlines are always visible.

Plane activation is always enabled by double-clicking the plane's outline.

Dimensions Clear or select driving or driven dimensions.
Relations Clear or select implied or added relations.

Visibility applies to all sketch entities.



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