Surface Edit Tools
Split at Isocurve
Split at Edge Loop
The Split command divides objects into parts using other objects as cutters.
Pick locations on the curve.
Split an object by its own isoparametric curves. This option only appears when a single surface is selected.
Use the Int object snap for snapping to isoparametric curves intersections.
Toggles the direction between u and v directions.
Determines whether or not the resulting underlying untrimmed surface shrinks close to the trimming boundaries similar to the ShrinkTrimmedSrf command.
Separates a SubD along the selected edges.
Specifies if new corner vertices will be creased.
Double-click an edge.
Double-click an edge in between.
Ctrl(CMD)+double-click an edge in a selected loop.
Click an edge.
Alt+double-click the next edge in the ring.
Click two edges in the ring.
Alt+double-click an edge in between and next to one of the selected edges.
Ctrl(CMD)+Alt+double-click an edge in a selected ring.
Click a face.
Double-click the next face that decides the loop direction.
Click two faces in the loop.
Double-click a face in between and next to one of the selected faces.
Ctrl(CMD)+double-click a face in a selected loop.
Click a vertex.
Double-click the next vertex that decides the chain direction.
Click two vertices in the chain.
Double-click a vertex in between and next to one of the selected vertices.
Double-click a surface edge in the chain.
Ctrl(CMD)+double-click an edge of a selected chain.
Split and trim curves and surfaces
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