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    Default Cutting a solid into parts, making those parts into their own ipt file?

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    Attachment 30436
    Pictured above is the part I'm working on. I need to separate the two halves from the top portion at the green lines, and make the cut parts into their own ipt files.

    Can anyone help?

    Last edited by Viu; 7th Oct 2011 at 09:12 am.

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    Split part.
    Manage tab - create components (or something like that).

    Attach your file here if you can't figure it out.
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