Coordinate systems are useful:
- With the Measure and Mass Properties tools
- When exporting SolidWorks documents to IGES, STL, ACIS, STEP, Parasolid, VRML, and VD
- When applying assembly mates
So what exactly is your need??
I would like to be always in xy plane while in a sketch .
It sounds like you've come from an AutoCAD environment and are looking for the same way of doing things. Perhaps not - anyway do you use the 'Normal To' function (see attached)? Using this orientates your sketch view so that you automatically have an virtual X-Y plane to sketch on. Everything that you set as horizontal/vertical/etc is then related to that view orientation. The sketch orientation will have come from the orientation of the plane/face/etc that you selected in order to start your sketch.
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Hello in SWX is not possible to change the orientation coordinates
There is a possibility.
They make new land sketch.
Draw a line or rectangle.
Schliessen.Skizze sketch with the "Modify Sketch", move or rotate.
If you then edit the sketch on, and show the grid.
To see the twisted coordinate system.
Now you can continue drawing orthogonally.
I hope that's what you wanted.
Sorry, but mine is not good einglisch