None of SOLIDWORKS' default weldment profiles working for your project?
The split feature is an extremely useful tool when designing using multi body part techniques in SOLIDWORKS.
Let’s look at how the tool functions and what we can do with the bodies once they have been split.
In the below image we have selected the front plane to cut the part which has resulted in splitting the part in to 2 bodies (as shown in the ‘Resulting Bodies’ box).
If you would like to keep either of those bodies, you must check them in the ‘Resulting Bodies’ list.
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Notice that this example uses the Height and Width dimensions named earlier.