Still in the same CATProduct, hide all elements in the
MoldedPart apart from the PartBody.
Make MoldedPart the Define in Work Object
with its contextual menu
and insert a new Geometrical set.
You are now going to create two lines that will define the
edge of the face split.
Click Create a Line
Choose tangent to curve as line type. For the first line:
Pick this curve,
this point (element 2),
and this support
If necessary, click Reverse Direction.
Click OK to create the line.
Create the second line with the same support but with this
point and this curve:
Now we are going to join the lines. Click Join
Make sure that the Check connexity check box is not
selected and select the two lines that you have just created.
In the tree, hide the PartBody and show all of the other
elements in the MoldedPart.
You are now going to split the face with the hole with the
join that you just created.
Click Split Mold Area
in the Pulling Direction toolbar.
Select the face with the hole as the
Cut and the join you just created as the
Select Surface.16 in the dialog box, give
Slider/Lifter.1 as the destination and click
Repeat this for Surface.17 that you will send to Cavity.1.