Surface Edit Tools
Split at Isocurve
Split at Edge Loop
Ctrl (CMD) + Shift + S
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.
Splits a surface with isoparametric curves in the surface u direction.
Splits a surface with isoparametric curves in the surface v direction.
Splits a surface with isoparametric curves in both u and v directions.
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.
How these selection actions work with pre-selection
Split and trim curves and surfaces
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