Example: Creating a Merged Part
To create the example shown, assemble Part A and then merge it with Part B. The features of Part B regenerate first, and then intersect with the features of Part A to form the merged part.
Whenever a solid portion of one part intersects with a void portion of another part (for example, a hole or cut), these areas are automatically filled. However, if you now create a Through All hole in the new Part A, it penetrates all features, regardless of origin. You can merge merged parts with other parts, creating multiple subpart relationships.
Source part
Target part
Merged part