I am modeling what it need to many extrude on single part file.
If I draw many pattern on single part, then modeling generate speed will be too slow.
This part must be only one part, and there is limits for divide.
Is there any solution for this problem?
I don't understand why this program don't use multi thread when make many pattern even modify for assembly.
simple solution does not exist ...
... if you expect an advice, please provide more details (for example picture).
If your pattern contains 10,000 or more instances, then you are in trouble.
I have found that the "Turbo Pattern" method works well. Here are my notes on using this method:
So I have a flex circuit, about 10,000 or so features spread across up to about 64 patterns. Obviously very slow. So ran across your comments, so I created the feature which is a diamond shape with rounds on the corners. I patterned the solid geom into a 10 x 20 array and its slow. Found your post and copied the flat surface and the side surfaces and then repeated the pattern and bang, very quick regen. However you mention solidifying it but I can only solidify singular repeated elements of the pattern. Trick to it?
What @kdirth is describing is now automated with the "geometry pattern" option in Creo. Try that (click down arrow on pattern) and or try changing the pattern type to variable or identical as suggested above.