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I want to array this object on Y-axis only.

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I make Y offset 1.00 and both X,Z are Zero.

But when I do that it shows an offset in x-axis so both end circle are not match each other like the one in the image above.

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I also apply scale and rotation but it still the same.

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    $\begingroup$ Hello :). There's no actual offset. Your geometry is tilted, so it doesn't align. Correct the tilt and it will work. $\endgroup$ Jan 4 at 19:35
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Where is the "offset" coming from? It is built in as part of object, the mesh is not aligned in the $X$ axis. The array modifier will only repeat that offset as well.

There are two basic options:

  1. Rotate the object in edit mode so that the object is aligned on the $X$ axis

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  1. In the Relative offset parameters of the array modifier, play with the values on for the $X$ and $Y$ axis until the objects align. Note that by doing that the object will still not line up to the $Y$ Axis. But maybe that is what you want? I don't know.

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