I've seen some posts to this effect in the archives but I don't think any addressed this particular case.
I'm building a part with four configurations. The configurations consist of rotation of the part (to simplify mating) as well as suppressing/unsupressing features.
The part looks like the hub and spokes of a wheel, no rim. It all starts with a revolved profile to form the disk.
I then created a sketch to cut out material and make the spokes. We'll call this the base configuration.
I then copied that sketch, broke the relations and rotated the entities by90 degrees to make the new extrude-cut tool for the "90 deg rotated" configuration.
As suitable design table supresses/unsupresses the appropriate features.
Here's the question:
Is there a way to make a sketch that is a rotated version of a "parent" sketch? And, can this rotation be parameterized via a design table?
This would improve both robustness and maintainability of the part and any assembly it is in. In the case of my part, any modifications would only have to be made to one sketch and not two.