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A working plane is a type of 2D sketching tool in Autodesk Inventor that allows you to draw sketches with a variety of shapes and the ability to change the color, size and shape. These planes are then used for creating 3D models.

Make axes for your work. Click the 3D Model tab Work Features panel on the ribbon. Then select the proper shape for the type of axis you wish to make. Axis.

Switch the visibility to on in the Object Visibility area to enable it. From the Plane drop-down option, choose Tangent to Surface and Parallel to Plane. To make the work plane, select the XY Plane's edge and the tangent face of the curved surface. On the work plane, begin a fresh sketch.

The following forms of geometry can be used to make a work axis: 1 A straight line. 2 A line for drawing. 3 A line drawn in three dimensions. 4 A line and a plane are used to make a work axis that is parallel to the line projected onto the plane along the plane's normal.

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