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Might be a funny question, but how can I mirror multiple objects? I made one side of the headphone with multiple meshes and parent them together. Is there a way I can mirror then easily? Or the only way is to mirror then to an Empty axis object one by one?

Doing ctrl+J messes with the modifiers of each object.

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  • $\begingroup$ Kinda depends what you wish to do. If for example it was a simple axle with a wheel on each end. You might want to mirror half the axis, but have the wheels as separate objects, aligned as if mirrored, but having the ability to transform independantly. $\endgroup$ – batFINGER Feb 21 at 16:04
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You can transfer Modifier or "Link" them from one object to others.

By selecting multiple objects and pressing CTRL+L you get a menu that looks somewhat like this:

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By clicking on modifiers, the modifiers of the last selected Object (your active Object) get copied over to the other selected objects. That way you can Setup one Object the way you want and just transfer the modifier to the other objects.

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