Screencast for the issue: http://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cIjIXDVgId
So I was working on a part, I had two concentric surfaces... one was an arc based surface and the other was a cylinder. They had different radii, but as I was fooling around with dimensions, they became equal. As soon as they were equal, SE stitched them together into a single complex surface. From there I was unable to detatch them from eachother.
I'm just curious if there is any way to detatch these (or not attach them at all!) in the future.
Not attaching them at all would have been best, as Mastercam was unable to detect the loop properly for machining without me adding in arcs at every stitched point.
Thanks again guys, you all have been such an excellent resource.
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in Synchronour we dont typically have to split the face since we use the region concept. If you draw a sketch line it seperates areas. each area is its own region and can be modified as such. If you do need to use the split face command there is such; you can easily find it by using the command finder "split" this will show you a few options.