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Pyramid of spheres

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    Posted: 13.Sep.2020 at 10:57

Having a hard time here guys so would be awsome if someone could help me out.
Having made two asemblys, one with 3 spheres in a row and one with 4 using constraints/mate at the centerpoints no problemo.
This is the buildingblocks for the pyramid.
I was told to use the exact same logic that I used earlier with constraints/mate and setting the right value to offset
Is it really possible to build this pyamid with only using constraints/mate at the centerpoint of the spheres? When I set value to the offset it only moves in one direction, but I need it to move in a specific direction(x,y,z) I know its possible to set visibility on the planes and use them but than dont help me with the last pieces that need to have a 45 degree angle.
Been struggling with this forever.

thanks in advance.

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