Plane is referenced using front plane and using red circle edge as second reference.
Pick your line and a plane and then when you go to create the reference plane select the angle reference. It defaults to 90 degrees so just put in the 50 degrees you want. Easy peazy.
perhaps you can use this line and this point to create the plane?
See thread Angled Plane Orientation
It works to get the plane to be upright, but then it is not at the correct angle. The angle I want is 50 degrees.
Tremain Sharp wrote: It works to get the plane to be upright, but then it is not at the correct angle. The angle I want is 50 degrees.
Tremain Sharp wrote:
OK, then why did you say that you wanted it rotated 90 degrees in your original post?
Just create another line at the correct angle and use it to orient your new plane.
make a sketch on the top plane and use a perpendicular line to get the plane with the correct angle.
I seem to still be having problems. That sketch on the top plane...is that the line(higlighted in magenta) drawn so that it meets up with the three orthogonal planes(front, top,right)? And if I am right about that then you make that line perpendicular with another line that is at an angle at 50 degrees?
I still couldn't get the plane to be upright using this metho
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