Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with the Split command, part of SOLIDWORKS: Tips & Tricks.
- [Voiceover] In this week's movie,…we're going to be taking a look at the Split Command.…Now the Split Command is under the Direct Editing Toolbar.…If you don't have your Direct Editing Toolbar turned on,…go ahead and click on any one of the available…tool tabs you have, right click on it…and then you should come down here to…Direct Editing and make sure you turn that one on.…Once that's on, go ahead and choose Split.…And notice, it's gonna ask you for a template here.…So I'm asking for a part template,…I'm gonna go ahead and use the Lynda Part template…that I've been using, click on Okay.…Same thing for an assembly.…I'm gonna go ahead and use the Lynda Assembly.…
And go ahead and click on Okay.…Now, my trim tool wants to be this little line, right here.…So sketch number two.…And I can click on Cut Part,…that's gonna then divide this up into two individual bodies,…which we can then save out to individual parts…and create an assembly.…So I'm gonna go ahead and click on both of those,…so I want to create both of those as individual bodies,a…
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