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In the last video, we have seen a rectangular array, and now we will see what path array is and how to Use Path Array in AutoCAD.
To select the path array command, we can modify the panel and select it from the array command options.
First of all, we will select any object, and then from the command prompt, we can choose the path array option. After doing this, we can see that the thing we selected will appear on the shown path.
We can see that we cannot edit the item number. At the same time, we can change the space distance between every object.
We have been using the 'Measure' option, so we cannot change the item number, so we will revise the option to 'Divide,' which will allow us to enter the number of items we want in our path. Using this option, we cannot enter the space distance between every object according to us.
We also have an option of 'Align items,' which will copy the original position of the object we selected and give all other object items in the same format.
We also have an option of 'Align items,' which is, when kept OFF, will copy the original position of the object we selected and will give all other object items in the same format. While when it is ON, it will follow the path, and the object will be drawn accordingly.
We can use the 'Tangent direction' option if we want the object to follow the line on which we are placing all our objects. For that, we will need to select one a starting in one ending point of the object. In this, the object will be tangent to the path.
A polar array in Autocad is a type of linear array in which the spacing between the elements is not constant. The spacing between the elements in a polar array can vary. This type of linear array is useful when you want to create an irregular shape for your object.
The arguments that can be used with this command are:
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