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what would be the equivalent to pierce relationship,,

i have a circle at the end of a line and am trying to pierce it,,, also in sw if i wat to put a plane in the center of 2 faces its a simple as selecting 2 faces and selecting plane,, not having luck with that,, i have been putting a point in the center and then taking the stering wheel to that point is this the shorter way,, thanx for the help,, moneys tight and i cant pay for tutorials,, babby needs a new pair of shoes,, so i have to do everything free and iam going trough alot of bad tutorilas to get to some good ones  

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Accepted by topic author paulie1972
‎08-26-2015 04:32 AM

I'm not sure what it's called, but you can get it when cr...

I'm not sure what it's called, but you can get it when creating a line, shown in the first image below. The sketch plane is angled, and the endpoint of the line picks up the icon that looks like pierce over the out-of-plane edge.  The bottom image shows the situation when the out-of-plane edge is perpendicular to the sketch plane rather than at some odd angle. Maybe someone can jump in with the correct terminology that I'm missing here.

 

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Re: I'm not sure what it's called, but you can get it when cr...

thank you,,, i will try it right now

Re: I'm not sure what it's called, but you can get it when cr...

It's called a "Pierce Point".

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Ken

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Re: I'm not sure what it's called, but you can get it when cr...

i will check it out thanx