Creates nonassociative, 3D rectangular or polar arrays.
3DARRAY functionality has been replaced with the enhanced ARRAY command, which allows you to create associative or nonassociative, 2D or 3D, rectangular, path, or polar arrays. 3DARRAY maintains legacy behavior.
For 3D rectangular arrays, in addition to columns and rows, you also specify the number of levels in the Z direction. For 3D polar arrays, you specify the axis of rotation with any two points in space.
The entire selection set is treated as a single element in the array.
The following prompts are displayed.
Select the objects to array.
Copies objects in a matrix of rows (X axis), columns (Y axis), and levels (Z axis). An array must have at least two rows or two columns or two levels.
Positive values generate the array along the positive X, Y, and Z axes. Negative values generate the array along the negative X, Y, and Z axes.
Copies objects about an axis of rotation. The specified angle determines how far the objects are arrayed about the axis of rotation.
Specifies the angle between the first and last item in the array. A negative number produces a clockwise array rotation.