I'm trying to move a hole wizard hole and I can't figure it out. Its not as easy as opening the 3D sketch and moving the point as you would a regular sketch.
Actually it is that easy, assuming you're moving it within the same plane. Expand the feature to the sketch used to place the points, and edit it would like you would any other sketch.
Just to elaborate a little bit, make sure you are editing the correct sketch. The hole wizard will make 2 sketches, one for the hole positions and one for the hole shape. Make sure you are editing the hole position sketch (which would contain a point entity for each hole instance).
If you are having trouble moving the point which represents the center of the hole make sure you don't have any defining mates keeping it in place (midpoint, coicident,etc)
You can even move to a different plane fairly easy as well. if you right click on the sketch defining the hole location not the hole geometry,then select the change plane icon you can reselect the plane then just redefine your sketches with the proper constraints, make sure any constraints are deleted that cause errors or prevent you from driving the sketches to the proper position.
I think in older versions of SolidWorks (pre 2014?) hole wizard created 3D sketches by default for the hole positions. Newer versions give you the option of choosing between 2D and 3D sketches. I always find 2D sketches easier to manage if all the holes are on one face. With the older versions, if you clicked a face first then the hole wizard button it created a 2D sketch on that face rather than a 3D one. There are of course occasions where a 3D sketch is more appropriate.
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