Normally when I opened a new part file Top plane was in center. Why this time it goes to the bottom of other planes?
Have you changed your template, or are you using a different template?
When I went from SWX 2018 to 2019 to activate the template to 2019, just I changed the name.
Upload a part file here?
No problem with part file because nature of the part file is all features are user defined.
I don't know why it looks like that, but as long as they all three intersect at the Origin it shouldn't matter.
The problem is when starting 2D sketch center point is always going down I have to bring that up always.
Start a new part from the template, and save that part with no other geometry and then post the file here so we can take a look at it to see what might be going on. It is impossible to tell from just a picture.
Do you need a empty part file?
When I installed SW2019, I used the Tutorial part file and saved it as my own template.
All Planes line up with Origin!
Tutorial part file???
Bill Toft wrote: When I installed SW2019, I used the Tutorial part file and saved it as my own template.All Planes line up with Origin!
Bill Toft wrote:
I would advise NOT using the tutorial template files as your own templates. They are old templates carried forward year after year and have specific settings so the tutorial steps will work correctly. If you want SOLIDWORKS to create new template files for you from scratch, simply make sure there are no template files in the folder you have specified for your templates and SOLIDWORKS will create new ones for you.
I was following that thread "crusty old templates" and thought I was being smart by starting each new Release with brand new templates (I have SW2014 to SW2019 installed so I can always go back and check the settings I modified.)
Thanks for letting us know the PROPER way to get "factory fresh" new templates!
My guess is that it has something to do with the axes that you have in your template. Although, when I created axes in a blank part that didn't yet have them but did have the planes centered on the origin, the axes were created visually at the intersection of all the planes and also centered on the origin. Without a time machine to go back and watch exactly how you created these templates, I can't say why it happened. So, if you want to remedy it, I would suggest recreating the templates in 2019. You can do this by deleting the templates in the template folder and then when you go to File, New, it will create new templates. Then you can add the axes again and save the templates and hopefully the problem will not be in the new ones (you should see if the problem does crop up again as you are going through the process of making the new templates.
Sketching a geometry and deleting it and saving that file as a part template is giving the correct result but there is a color spread when rotating.
Someone or you must have created a line and then deleted it, hence the planes moved to fit the size.
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