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The following toggle options are displayed during a Cut operation: An additional toggle option, As Plane/As Object, is displayed if the cutting entity is one face. The Do Not Separate Objects and Remove Cutting Object toggle options are explained using the following objects. In the example below, the red object is to be cut by the yellow one. …

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Cutting One Object by Faces of Objects

Notes: If you are cutting with faces, you can only select one object to cut. The cutting faces can also be individual faces (not attached to open or closed objects). See Cutting an Object by Individual Faces. When cutting by more than one face, all selected faces must be continuous. Required Step 1 Pick one …

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Cutting One Object by One Face

Notes: If you are dividing with faces, you can only select one object to divide. The dividing faces can also be part of open or closed objects. See Cutting an Object by Faces of Objects. When dividing by more than one face, all selected faces must be part of a continuous object. Individual faces can …

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Cutting One Object by Multiple Faces

Notes: If you are dividing with faces, you can only select one object to divide. The dividing faces can also be part of open or closed objects. See Cutting an Object by Faces of Objects. When dividing by more than one face, all selected faces must be part of a continuous object. Individual faces can …

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Cutting Multiple Faces by one Object

Note: If you want to cut faces that are part of open or closed solid objects, you can use the Faces > Trim function. The Cutfunction treats each individual face as an open solid object, therefore the interaction is the same as Cutting Multiple Objects by One Object. The part shown below consists of two …

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Cutting One Face by Multiple Objects

Note: If you want to cut one or more faces that are part of open or closed solid objects, you can use the Faces > Trim function. TheCut function treats each individual face as an open object, therefore the interaction is the same as Cutting One Object by Multiple Objects. The part shown below consists …

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Cutting Multiple Objects by One Object

Note: You can also use this function to cut individual faces, because they are treated as open objects. See Cutting Multiple Faces by One Object. The part shown below consists of three individual solid objects. Required Step 1 Pick one or more objects (open or closed) to be cut. In this case, pick the light …

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Cutting One Object by Multiple Objects

Notes: You can also use this function to divide individual faces, because they are treated as open solid objects. See Cutting One Face by Multiple Objects. You can also divide an object by faces of other objects. See Cutting One Object by Faces of Objects.The part shown below consists of three individual …

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Cut Cut Open Object

The two options for performing cut are: As Trim As Boolean As Trim The part shown below consists of an object about to be cut by an open cylindrical object. Required Step 1 Pick the object (open or closed) to be cut by an open object. In this case, the blue …

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Cut Cutting Objects by a Plane

Note: Datum planes are created using the Datum > Plane function. The part shown below consists of three individual solid objects. A diagonal plane was created. Required Step 1 Pick one or more objects (open or closed) to be cut. In this case, all three solid objects are selected. Press exit when all objects are selected. Required …

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