The Split command divides objects into parts using other objects as cutters.
|●||Use Untrim to remove a trimming boundary from a surface.|
|●||When you split a surface with a curve in a plan parallel view like the default Top, Front, and Right view, the cutting curve is projected on the surface in the view direction.|
|●||When you split a surface with a planar curve in an angled parallel or a perspective view like the default Perspective view, the cutting curve is projected on the surface in a direction perpendicular to the curve plane.|
|●||When you split a surface with a 3-D curve in an angled parallel or a perspective view, the cutting curve is pulled onto the surface by closest points.|
You can select multiple objects to split with multiple objects.
|2.|| Select the cutting objects.
Deselect cutting objects with
|3.||Press Enter to end the command.|
Point (curves only)
Pick locations on the curve.
Isocurve (surfaces only)
Split an object by its own isoparametric curves. This option only appears when a single surface is selected.
Note: Use the Int object snap for snapping to isoparametric curves intersections.
Splits a surface with isoparametric curves in the surface u-direction.
Splits a surface withisoparametric curves in the surface v-direction.
Splits a surface with isoparametric curves curves in both u- and v-directions.
Toggles the direction between u and v.
Shrink=Yes/No (surfaces only)
Determines whether or not the resulting underlying untrimmed surface shrinks close to the trimming boundaries similar to the ShrinkTrimmedSrf command.
Split and trim curves and surfaces
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