Creating Arrays in AutoCAD

Learn how to generate copies of selected objects at fixed intervals of rows and columns, around a center point or along a path using the different Array commands in AutoCAD. This demo uses an exercise from the ASCENT guide, AutoCAD 2023: Fundamentals.

Attendees will learn how to create a pattern of objects that are:

  • Divided into rows and columns using the Rectangular Array command.
  • Copied around a central radius using the Polar Array command.
  • Copied along a straight, curved, or irregular linear path using the Path Array command.

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Renu Muthoo

Learning Content Developer<br><br>Renu has worked with Autodesk products for the past 20 years with a main focus on design visualization software. Renu holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering and started her career as an Instructional Designer/Author where she co-authored a number of Autodesk 3ds Max and AutoCAD books, some of which were translated into other languages for a wide audience reach. In her next role as a Technical Specialist at a 3D visualization company, Renu used 3ds Max in real-world scenarios on a daily basis. There, she developed customized 3D web planner solutions to create specialized 3D models with photorealistic texturing and lighting to produce high quality renderings.

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