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Circular Patterns

Use circular patterns to create multiple instances of one or more features that you can space uniformly around an axis.

Pattern instances inherit the feature color of the original feature when the:

  • Pattern is based on one feature.

  • Color of the pattern or any faces on any pattern instances have not been changed.

The feature colors are not inherited if you pattern or mirror multibody parts.

To create a circular pattern:

  1. Create one or more features to replicate.

  1. Click Circular Pattern (Features toolbar) or Insert, Pattern/Mirror, Circular Pattern.

  2. Set the PropertyManager options.

  3. Click OK .

Related Topics

Linear Patterns

Pattern and Mirror Overview

Reference Axis



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