A sketch to be made on a different plane other than default three planes. How can I use reference geometry?
H. K. Panchal
You can try - Insert/Derived Sketch, by picking a plane where you want the sketch and the sketch that you want derived..
In addition to what John has already said you can also "show" the sketch and pick items from it when in another sketch to use them there using the "Convert Entities" tool ...
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We'd like to help, but you didn't give us much information to work with. You said "How can I use reference geometry?" That implies you have reference geometry other than the three primary planes and the origin. Is that the case? If not, you will need to create the reference geometry before you can use it.
In any case, training would be a good idea. In addition to what Kevin Chandler posted, the built-in tutorials are a pretty good place to start.
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