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Workplanes in IronCAD

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Barny

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In Solidworks it is possible to apply workplanes in in any desired position to make operations on the object. In IronCAD the word workplane do not exist.
How to make it? You can change the plane with the triball but to get the exact position, angle and so on? Anybody experienced who know?
 

Nick C

New member
A bit late , but hey,

In IronCad you don't use workplanes to perform operations , rather I tend to use the Hole block and other shapes from the catogues to shape parts.

Ironcad doesn't really rely on workplanes at all, all their needed for is when you create 2d geometry.

You can create datum planes , accessable from the scene browser, and use them to position parts and shapes.
 

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