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Example: Specifying Height and Check Surfaces
You can select nonplanar surfaces of the part for Height specification. These are the surfaces that will be machined by the end portion of the tool, rather than its side. The following illustration shows an example of selecting surfaces to create the desired cut motion for 3-Axis Trajectory milling.
A Height plane will always override the location of CSYS in a Sketched Tool.
1. Select this surface to create the cut motion
2. Height surface
3. Check surface
4. Cut motion
5. The tool fits within the selected surfaces