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The InfinitePlane command offers a way to intersect any plane with objects to return curves or points. This includes construction planes, planar surfaces geometry, and planes defined onthefly.
Commandline options
Different ways to define an infinite plane.
Draw a rectangle using two adjacent corner locations and a location on the opposite side.
Draw a rectangle perpendicular to the construction plane.
Pick a point to set a plane parallel to the current construction plane.
Draw a rectangle perpendicular to a curve.
Use a Named CPlane.
Select a Named CPlane axis icon in the viewport.
Select a Named CPlane from the list.
Use the XY / YZ / ZX plane of the current construction plane.
Use the XY / YZ / ZX plane of the world coordinate system.
The InfinitePlane option offers a way to intersect any plane (extended to infinity) with objects to return curves or points. This includes construction planes, planar surfaces geometry, and planes defined onthefly.
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