The Plane Wizard is used to create planes in SOLIDWORKS. The Plane Wizard can be accessed via the command manager's Features > Reference Geometry > Plane or the drop-down menu's Insert > Reference Geometry > Plane. To create a new aircraft, you can choose up to three references.
Click on the Draw panel (Pick Lines).
If desired, provide an offset on the Options bar.
To lock the reference plane to the line, select the Lock option.
Place the cursor near the line where you want the reference plane to be placed and click.
Planes can be used to sketch, create a section view of a model, and serve as a neutral plane in a draught feature, among other things. Insert > Reference Geometry > Plane (Reference Geometry toolbar) or Plane (Insert > Reference Geometry > Plane). Based on the entity you choose, the software generates the most likely plane.
Expand the Ground Planes folder in the FeatureManager design tree.
Double-click the ground plane you want to activate, or right-click it and select Activate from the menu.
You can turn on or off the plane display. Toggling the planes display: Select View > Hide/Show > Planes from the View menu.
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