I know you shouldn't sketch unless it's a flat surface(at least that what I've been taught yet)
so my required shape should look like this
and the only remaining part is the last small circle in above.(6 diameter)
You can draw a sketch on the plane that runs thru the center of the part perpendicular to your intended hole (I'm assuming one of your standard planes is there) then cut extrude from there.
thank you so much it really worked !
Use the hole wizard and pick the circular face. To locate the point that locates the hole, make the point coincident to reference geometry like planes, or temporary axis. You can also dimension the point off of planar faces as well in this case.
SOLIDWORKS - Using Hole Wizard on Nonplanar Surfaces - YouTube
an easy wonderful way
I'm so thankful mr Maren.
I would go ahead and mark Ken's answer as correct.
Use the plane that would be horizontal in this picture and create the hole. Think about how the hole would be created in real life. You would use a drill in a press and that would create a hole round to the horizontal plane but not round wrapped around the surface.
make a plane
use the whole wiz....I like that one...
cut extrude from one of the primary plates with an offset...
the revolve cut is another one that could have worked...
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