What is the best available method in Solid Edge to mirror Component A at the mid-point of Component B and C?
Normally i'd use the Centre Plane assembly command, but I want to mirror so have to select a plane. There is no component plane I can use so need to make one.
However from the available "More Planes" commands I don't see which option enables me to create a plane inbetween the inner faces of Component B and Component C.
Any clues? I assume I can use formulas but hoping there's a more inherently simple command i'm unaware of.
I would add a plane parallel to the component B and use the offset dimension of Dimension between component B & C, Divided by 2 (since you should know the distance) so that the new plane is between components B and C.
The sketch approach is good. Don't forget the measurement variable method. Measure between two planes, save the value as a variable. The dialog to do so is available in the measurement ribbon. Use that variable divided by 2 in the formula for the plane offset. Thereafter, as with a sketch, the values will auto-adjust if you move one or both of the components.