I made a sketch on a face. Then I deleted the face. Now it's giving me a no face or plane error on my sketch so I just created a plane for it. It won't recognize that the sketch is on the plane.
ahh, you'll need to project the plane from another plane or something other than an item in the sketch or alternatively select the top face of the boss extrude as your new plane.
In order to change the sketch plane, right click on the sketch, then select 'edit sketch plane'...
It won't let me add my new plane.
move the plane above the sketch in the tree
Use "Edit Sketch plane" to select a new one
right click the sketch and select edit sketch plane, select the plane you want it on.
This is the part I'm trying to edit. I want sketch 2 to be on plane 1. Using edit sketch plane won't let me do that.
EDIT: this is how I'm trying
right click on sketch 2
select edit sketch plane
delete missing face
click on plane 2 in the feature manager tree (this step doesn't do anything)
Eric, sorry for misunderstanding earlier. I do not see a 'Plane 2' in the part your have attached...
I opened your part there is no plane 1. Sketch 1, 2 & 3, boss extrude 1 and that is it in your model.
*Side note your sketch is not defined in sketch 1 just as a heads up.*
I must have forgotten to save before I uploaded my file.
Here's an updated one.
you need to move the sketch plane above the sketch, as I previously mentioned. Click on the plane once and drag it up.
yeah, otherwise you have the parent feature can't also be the child feature error. Can't reference a feature off of a feature that is referenced by that feature.
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