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To make several parts from a single part, use the Split function. You can create individual part files and then assemble the new pieces into an assembly. One or more solid or surface bodies can be split.

  • Select Insert > Features > Save Bodies from the drop-down menu.
  • In the graphics section, or under Resulting Parts, select the bodies you want to save.
  • Double-click each file name under File to activate the Save As dialogue box under Resulting Parts.

To make several parts from a single part, use the Split function. You can create individual part files and then assemble the new pieces into an assembly. One or more solid or surface bodies can be split. To divide a surface, the Trimming Surface must extend beyond the split surface's bounds.

In the graphics section or the FeatureManager design tree, click the component. Delete can be done by using the Delete key, going to Edit > Delete, or right-clicking and selecting Delete. To confirm the deletion, select Yes. The component is eliminated, as well as all of its dependant elements (mates, component patterns, explode steps, and so on).

  • Select Split Line from the Curves toolbar or Insert > Curve > Split Line from the Insert menu.
  • Select Projection from the Type of Split drop-down menu in the PropertyManager.
  • Select A sketch for Sketch to Project from the Selections menu. To split a sketch, choose numerous contours from the same sketch.
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