Simply select the existing assembly split, click the Assembly Split icon, and then select a face. Only the Assembly Features Definition dialogue box opens, allowing you to select the relevant elements.
You can construct assembly models in CATIA using one of two methods. The bottom-up design approach is the first, while the top-down design approach is the second. The next sections go over both of these design techniques. For building assembly models, bottom-up assembly is the preferred method.
Using the Sketch Plane to Cut the Part
From the geometry, double-click Sketch. 2.
Move the drawing around to see the entire part.
From the Visualization toolbar, select Cut Part by Sketch Plane.
Split is a CATIA feature that allows you to take off one part and replace it with another. It is possible to cut off a line or a curve using a point, a curve, or a surface when using split. Using a curve, line, or surface to split a surface.
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