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So lets say I have a simple cube and I want to make 10 of these cubes, all lined up right next to each other, with the same distance between each. If I change one of these cubes, I don't want to make the same change on 9 more cubes. Is there a way to basically repeat this cube 9 times, so that I only need to make a change on one cube to affect them all? It's basically like the mirror tool, but used to repeat the model instead. Is there something like this in Blender?

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You can use an unapplied Array Modifier.

array modifier

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