If you split a leaf system and its part with a new seam, the software creates new leaf systems and parts for each split, and deletes the original leaf system.
Molded Forms properties and material information are transferred to the new systems. The default naming rule is used to name the new leaf systems. Logical connections that cross the split are replaced by two new connections with the same properties.
If the part is detailed, Structural Detailing properties and features are transferred to the new parts. The software creates new assembly and physical connections using properties from the previous connections.
If a seam intersects an existing Structural Detailing feature, the feature is transferred to one of the parts.
If a split passes through a hole trace, the software applies the cut to all the parts (with a single hole feature). The hole feature is placed under the root plate system. If the split does not pass through the hole trace, then the software applies the cut only to the part containing the hole trace and places the hole feature under the plate part.
The structural hole fittings in Hole Management are placed on the To Do List only if a split passes through a hole trace.
If a split passes through an edge feature definition point, the software creates two edge features. If the split does not pass through the definition point, then only the part containing the definition point contains an edge feature.
Block and assembly assignments in Planning are transferred. New parts are in the same assembly or block as the original part.
Manufacturing parts are updated using the Manufacturing Service Manager.
Connections to ladders, stairs, handrails, members, hangers, and equipment are transferred to the new part.