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Seriously. How? There are five of them. Do i just eye ball it and risk getting it all wrong or is there an exact way of achieving it?

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Use the Spin tool.

Create 1/5 of the chair base then move the 2D cursor to the center of the chair.

The 2D cursor will be the center of the Spin.

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In Top view select the 1/5 chair base and then use the spin tool to create the other legs.

Use the Spin settings as shown in the screenshot below.

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  • $\begingroup$ Thank you. I've always found a chair like this difficult to make simply because of it's legs! $\endgroup$ – Pherion Jan 8 at 23:36
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you could use a array, or just select one and press g+any number, to move that many blender units

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