How do you align axis in Solidworks?
In a sketch, click Tools > Sketch Tools > Align > Align Grid/Origin.
Move the sketch’s location based on relocating:
- Only the sketch origin.
- Only the X-axis or the Y-axis.
- Both the sketch origin and either the X-axis or the Y-axis.
How do you align dimensions in Solidworks?
To align and group parallel dimensions:
- In a drawing, hold Ctrl and select two or more dimensions that you want to align. …
- Click Align Parallel/Concentric on the Align toolbar, or click Tools, Dimensions, Align Parallel/Concentric.
How do I align origins in Solidworks?
Click Tools > Sketch Tools > Align > Align Grid/Origin. In the Align Grid/Origin PropertyManager, under Selections: To change only the sketch origin: Select a vertex or point for Sketch Origin Location .
How do you center a model in Solidworks?
In the PropertyManager, under Advanced Mates, click Profile Center . For Entities to Mate, select the edges or faces that you want to center-align. In the PropertyManager, you can optionally: Change the mate alignment by clicking Aligned or Anti-aligned .
How do I change the global Origin in Solidworks?
To change the origin location or orientation:
- Create blocks from several sketch entities.
- In the FeatureManager design tree, right-click a Block. and select Edit Block. …
- Click Tools > Sketch Tools > Align > Align Grid/Origin.
- In the Align Grid/Origin PropertyManager, under Selections: …
- Click .
How do I align a line in SolidWorks?
- Select a line or a point in a sketch to be aligned with another sketch.
- Hold Ctrl and select a line or a point in the second sketch to which the first sketch is to be aligned.
- Click Align Sketch (2D to 3D toolbar), or click Tools > Sketch Tools > Align > Sketch.
How do you rotate text in SolidWorks 2019?
Select the text in the Text box, and click Rotate to rotate the selected text 30 degrees counterclockwise. For other rotation angles, select the text, click Rotate and then edit the code in the Text box.
How do you mirror text in SolidWorks?
Start by sketching a centre line (or regular line if you prefer). Then, select the line and run the Dynamic Mirror command. You’ll barely notice that it is running aside from a double-tickmark at either end of your selected line, and the fact that the Dynamic Mirror command appears to be a pressed button.