Pattern

Pattern

Pattern is a specialized feature which can create copies of geometry. The copied geometry can be arranged in a circular pattern on page 180 or a rectangular pattern on page 181.

Pattern is a specialized feature which can create copies of geometry. The copied geometry can be arranged in a circular pattern on page 180 or a rectangular pattern on page 181. Each copy of the geometry is called an occurrence. Changes to any one occurrence will effect all other occurrences in the pattern, for example the modification done by operations such as move, fillet, push/pull and draft in one occurrence will be propagated to all occurrences.

Inventor Fusion supports two types of patterns: rectangular and circular. Rectangular pattern positions occurrences in rows and columns. Circular pattern positions occurrences in an arc or circular pattern.

Example:

A rectangular pattern is created from a cylindrical extrusion.

PatternA change in the size of any of the occurrences affects all occurrences.

Pattern

Adding a fillet to any occurrence affects all occurrences.

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