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Creating Patterns as Assembly Features

For assembly holes and cuts, you can create linear, circular, table driven, and sketch driven patterns.

To create an assembly feature pattern:

  1. Create an assembly cut or hole.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • Click one of the following on the Features toolbar:
      • Linear Pattern
      • Circular Pattern
      • Table Driven Pattern
      • Sketch Driven Pattern
    • Click Insert > Assembly Feature, and select one of the following: Linear Pattern, Circular Pattern, Table Driven Pattern, Sketch Driven Pattern.
  3. Set options as needed in the PropertyManager.

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