The selected object or objects are copied with the Array command in the specified number of x and y intervals . There are two methods of object duplication. In the first, X and Y intervals are entered for the distance between two objects. Secondly, the number of objects is entered, the X and Y intervals are divided by the number of objects. Entities fit within the entered range.
Location of the Array Command
Array command can be run from the toolbar on the left side of the program.
In addition, the Drawings tab is available under the Edit heading.
How many pieces will be produced from the selected object or objects are written in this box.
The horizontal translation distance of the object or objects to be produced is entered. (Zero is entered if it is not duplicated in X direction)
The translation distance of the object or objects to be produced in the vertical direction is entered. (Zero is entered if it is not duplicated in Y direction
If the option on the left is selected, the distance between the two objects is equal to the entered X and Y range.
If the right option is selected, the X and Y ranges are divided by the number of objects. The distance between two objects is this value. In other words, the number of objects as many as the number of objects entered is fit within the entered range.
Create array in active workplane
If the option is selected, if you are working on a working plane, the duplication is performed on the plane. If the option is not selected, duplicating will be performed on the floor plan plane.
Select the object or objects.
Click the Array icon on the left toolbar.
Enter the data in the Array dialog.
Click the OK button.
Object selection will be duplicated.
Choosing objects and giving options