How to mirror multiple objects

I’m using Blender 3.1.0. This technique would work in Blender 2.8x+.

You might encounter situation that require mirroring multiple objects to save huge amount of time. How to do it?

I create three boxes: 1, 2, 3. To create mirrored boxes: 1′, 2′, 3′, do the following procedure.

Create an empty object named Empty.

Add mirror modifier on Box 1, and choose the Empty as Mirror Object.

Click Apply.

It would create mirrored Box 1′.

Select Box 2 and Box 3, then Box 1.

Press Crl+L. It opens up a pop-up menu.

Choose Copy modifiers

Box 1’s mirror modifier transfers to Box 2 and Box 3 and creates mirrored objects Box 2′, Box 3′.

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