Your question: How do you sketch something on Onshape?

How do you make an Onshape line?

To sketch a single line, click once on the start point and double click on the endpoint. This creates a single line. Alternately, you can click and drag from the start point to the end point. When you let go, the line is created.

What color are sketch entities that are under defined?

The color of sketch entities indicate its constrained status: Blue means under-constrained. Black means fully constrained. Red means a constraint problem (over-constrained)

Can part Studios only contain one part?

As a best practice for performance, parts for the entire assembly should not all be modeled in a single Part Studio. Only the parts that must share common references should be in the same Part Studio.

What is a sketch in Onshape?

In Onshape, sketches are created in Part Studios and consist of sketch curves (line segments, polygons, rectangles, splines, etc). Sketches are the basis for models and are stored parametrically, visible in the Feature list as its own entity.

Which of the following is an indicator that you are in sketch mode?

There are several indicators that you are working in sketch mode: The origin will be red; Your sketch geometry will be blue or black; There will an indication in the status bar that you are “Editing Sketch”; and several other indicators.

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Why is my sketch blue Onshape?

Blue indicates a constraint associated with something outside of the sketch, for instance the origin, or an edge of a previous feature. White indicates a constraint between entities in that sketch. Onshape makes it easy to not only to see all the constraints, but also to evaluate them.