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Old   January 26, 2014, 12:08
Question What is the difference between a Part and a Family?
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What is the difference between a Part and a Family?

They seem to be used almost interchangeably - though not quite.
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family of curves, family of surfaces.

While part can be single point, curve or surface or combination of them.
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