The AdvArray modifier is an advanced parametric array type modifier for Autodesk® 3ds Max®. Being that 3ds Max does not ship with any sort of parametric array modifier, I’ve programmed this modifier to fill that void as well as add a number of advanced array features not found in 3ds Max by default, and even some that cannot be found in other third party modifiers. 

Take a look at the documentation for more information:!AF8vbEk-7BagjMo4

also check out a little video of the modifier in action!:

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Version 1.1.0, 19.07.2017
Resolved an issue where animations on mesh objects lower in the stack were not updating properly.

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  • Crashes
    Bertrand Benoit | Juli 27, 2017 Geprüfter Download (Was ist das?)

    I've installed this in Max 2018 but on testing, I'm getting almost systematic crashes when adding an AdvArray modifier on top of a previous one. The crash offers me the option to save the scene and when I reload it, the two modifiers are there and work well together. Still, not the most efficient way to work...

    TIM CATALANO (Herausgeber) | Juli 28, 2017

    Bummer, super sorry that you're getting the crashes. please contact me at and i'll get the issue resolved for you.

    A B | August 03, 2017

    I still not getted any crashes in max 2017 (but not tried in 2018, did not install yet)

    Thai Nguyen | Januar 25, 2018

    I 've have the same problem in 3dsmax 2017. It works perfectly until adding AdvArray modifier once more.

  • Very good
    A B | Juli 22, 2017 Geprüfter Download (Was ist das?)

    I must say for such price it'a nobrainer. Liked performance a lot. Thank you for share.

  • Amazing !
    Nicolas Caplat | Juli 10, 2017 Geprüfter Download (Was ist das?)

    I've waited for such a modifier for so long ... you made it :) Should be a standard 3dsmax tool, it fills the gap between Clone modifier (simple things) and RailClone (very advanced things). Perfect, thanks a lot.

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