Join Kacie Hultgren for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating scaled patterns, part of Learning Tinkercad.
- [Instructor] Have you heard of fractals…or the Fibonacci Sequence?…With scale, patterns and Tinkercad,…we can create these interesting patterns.…I'll start by adding a box to the workplane.…Then I'll duplicate this object…and click and drag it off to the side,…holding down shift to keep it constrained.…I'll hold down shift and then also the option key…so this object will scale uniformly from the center,…and then I'll click duplicate a few more times…and get a series of boxes descending in scale.…
Let's delete those extra boxes…and try this one more time.…I'll duplicate the box.…I'll pull it out to the side,…hold down shift and option…and click and drag to reduce the size…and then I'll also rotate…and shift the position…and duplicate again.…
To learn more about 3D printing with your Tinkercad designs, check out Kacie's companion course, Up and Running with 3D Printing.
- Working with the Tinkercad interface
- Adding and moving 3D shapes
- Changing dimensions
- Measuring with the ruler
- Using hole shapes
- Creating patterns
- Working with Shape Generators
- Building complex shapes
- Importing 2D and 3D assets
- Sharing your designs
Skill Level Beginner
Rapid Prototyping for Product Designwith Gabriel Corbett1h 38m Intermediate
1. Tinkercad Overview
2. Adding and Modifying Shapes
3. Using 3D Tools
4. Duplicating and Creating Patterns
5. Shape Generators and Special Tools
6. Creating Complex Shapes
7. Importing Assets
8. Finishing a Design
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