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rstQSMSM
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Patterns

Hi

I am running Fusion 360 2.0.16488 x86_64 I am trying to do a rectangular pattern by selecting features to pattern.  It seems to only allow me to add one Feature or one ace not multiples.  Is this correct?

 

Cheers

Rob

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kellings
in reply to: rstQSMSM

Hi @rstQSMSM You can select multiple features in a pattern. In the pattern dialog where it says "Objects" you can click that and then any features that you want to add. The first time, you shouldn't need to hold down any modifiers like CTRL or CMD. If you edit the pattern, you may have to use CTRL or CMD to add more selections. 

 

If you can't get it to work, please attach your file and a description of what you want to pattern and I will see if I can provide you a solution. 


Thanks,

 

Kevin

Kevin Ellingson
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rstQSMSM
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Hi Kevin

Thank you for the reply. See link below
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As you can see the last few operations on the timeline are pattern features. I am having to do multiple pattern features as it seem that I cannot select all faces or features at once.

Regards
Rob
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kellings
in reply to: rstQSMSM

Hi @rstQSMSM Attached is your file with how I did this. I deleted the last few patterns you had. I then patterned one of the patterns and the original features in a symmetric direction and I believe I got the result you were looking for. 

 

One thing I did have to change to make this work is the compute type. Note that I have this set to optimized to get the final results. 

 

Let me know if you have any questions as to what I did. 

 

Kevin

Kevin Ellingson
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kellings
in reply to: rstQSMSM

Hi @rstQSMSM Were you able to get your issue resolved? Can you let me know where you are at with this one? 

 

Thanks,

 

Kevin

Kevin Ellingson
Technical Specialist

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