How do you change Onshape to CM?

What units does Onshape use?

Onshape defaults to inch/degree for units of measure for all documents and workspaces; this encompasses all measurements in Part Studios and Assemblies, all values displayed in sketch dimensions, drawings, and the default input units for all features as well.

How do I measure my shape?

To measure in Onshape Drawings, click the Measure icon in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen, just as you would in a Part Studio or assembly. Then the Measure dialog will appear and you can left-click on what you want to measure. In the Measure dialog, you also have options to change units and show dual units.

How do you move sketches on Onshape?

To do so, first select the transform tool on the sketch toolbar.



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  1. Click .
  2. Select the sketch entities you want to move.
  3. Use the manipulator to drag and orient the sketch.
  4. Click in space when the sketch is placed and oriented as desired.

How do I change the default units in Solidworks?

To set units options:

  1. Click Simulation > Options. …
  2. Under Unit system, select SI (International System of Units), English (U.S. Customary Unit System), or Metric (gravitational system of units).
  3. Under Units, select the desired units for Length/Displacement, Temperature, Angular velocity, and Pressure/Stress.
  4. Click OK.
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How do you zoom out on Inshape?

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  1. 3D Rotate: Right-mouse-button-click+drag.
  2. Zoom in and out: Pinch out and pinch in, respectively.
  3. 2D pan: CTRL-right-mouse-button+drag.

How do you calculate the weight of an object Onshape?

The Onshape Mass properties tool is available in Part Studio and Assemblies for parts and assemblies. Find the Mass properties tool in the bottom right corner of the interface, the scales icon. (Shown below in a screenshot from Onshape’s browser application.)

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