Have you ever been happily developing a part and at some point recognize that it really needs to be two? Usually, not a problem, except when there is some sort of compound surface contour. The best way to effectively manage this scenario is to take a few steps back and employ skeleton references, in a top-down approach. Yet, there are always other ways to get the job done. Here’s a simple way to manage Shared Part Contours.
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