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Old   June 9, 2005, 10:14
Default creat a pattern in DesignModler
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I have a question in gerating geometry with DesignModler. The inlet of my geometry is consist of ten columns. What I did is:

first, draw a circle; second, extrude the circle to generate a column; Third, I tried to use 'creat a pattern' to generate ten columns.

The problem is that in the third step, I can't choose the column to be 'geometry' option.

Could someone please tell me how to creat a pattern? If the inlet is consist of ten circle faces(not columns), how to generate it?



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Old   June 11, 2005, 08:37
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If you need the pattern of 10 circles on the inlet face only use the option of Imprint faces in the extrude option instead of the standard add material options

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Old   June 11, 2005, 23:38
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Thanks, test

Waht I did was exactly as you said, however I always got error message when creat feature (creat ten from one).

could you please give suggests to this step?

Best regards!

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