As you can see in the picture ...
This is a part.
I made a circle with different lengths.
I want to process it as a pattern.
The length is each ...
Is there a way to pattern it ... synchronous.
and here another couple of hints/infos regarding Your design request.
You see there are more than one possibilities to use for achieving the given request.
And everyone of them is good and strong.
It is Your choice which one You will prefer
It's not the way I want to go.
Thank you for suggesting various methods.
I want to pattern only the extruded parts ...
It's a pipe structure.
I wanted to pattern the protruding part because all the corners were later protruded after the green.
Let's try different things.
so I cann't follow You with what You request and what Your last answer is.
You will never be able to pattern something what afterwards is not equyl to the origin.
You only can pattern the cutouts and I have given You several methods to do so.
If You want to deal with the extrusions, I don't see any way to use a pattern,since every piece of the beam is different.
And I also cann't understand why You do not want to use one of this pattern methods I mentioned.
By the way, I think that any answer - regarding Your other post of the weekend (Synchronous) - would be fine for everybody who has taken his time to seat down on Saturday and Sunday, answering Your question and trying to help.