Sketch constraints are used to define the limits of a sketch. This can be done in various ways, such as by defining a sketch's position relative to other sketches, or by defining the size of a sketch.
Sketch constraints is a new feature in Sketch 3.7 which helps designers to create artboards of different sizes and shapes.
Sketch constraints are used to create parametric relationships between two or more sketches. They are a powerful tool for creating 3D models. It is important to note that sketch constraints cannot be applied to the sketch plane. You need to select the sketch plane and then apply the constraint from the menu on top.
There are many types of constraints in CATIA V5. Some of the most common are:
Geometric constraints: these include distance, angle, and point-to-point
Constraints on size and shape: these include linear dimensions, surface area, volume
Constraints on symmetry: these include radial symmetry and mirror plane symmetry
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