### How do you add a plane in Solidworks?

Adding planes to SOLIDWORKS is achieved using the Plane Wizard. The Plane Wizard can be accessed via Features > Reference Geometry > Plane on the command manager, or via Insert > Reference Geometry > Plane from the drop down menu. Up to three references can be selected in order to define a new plane.

### Can you create a curved plane in Solidworks?

To project a curve: Click Project Curve on the Curves toolbar, or Insert > Curve > Projected. Under Direction of Projection , select a plane, edge, sketch, or face as the direction of the projected curve. Under Projection Faces , select the cylindrical face on the model where you want to project the sketch.

### How do you offset a plane in Solidworks?

You can also Ctrl + drag an existing plane to create a new plane that is offset from the existing plane.

### What is the minimum number of profiles for a Loft feature?

Default (Available with three profiles minimum). Approximates a parabola scribed between the first and last profiles. The tangency from this parabola drives the loft surface, which results in a more predictable and natural loft surface when matching conditions are not specified.

### How do you move a front plane in Solidworks?

Using the plane’s handles and edges, you can do the following:
1. Resize the plane by dragging a corner or edge handle.
2. Move the plane by dragging the edge of the plane.
3. Copy the plane by selecting a plane in the graphics area. Then hold down the Ctrl key and, using the edge, drag to a new location.

### When a plane is perpendicular to a reference plane its projection on that plane is a?

Explanation: When a plane is perpendicular to a reference plane, its projection on that plane is a straight line. When a plane is parallel to a reference plane, its projection on that plane shows its true shape and size.