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    Secret Weapon: Tinkercad’s Extrusion Shape

    Donald Bell
    Published on - October 18, 2019 by Donald Bell

    Tips & Tricks, Inspiration

    People often underestimate Tinkercad as a design tool because of the simplified palette of fundamental shapes used to build designs. Cubes, circles, triangles -- it all seems too primitive at first glance, especially for designers eager to create complex, curving designs. (6)-1

    To prove them wrong, Geoffrey Shorts designed this skeleton jumping jack that is nothing but curves. How’d he do it? He used one of the secret weapons in the Tinkercad arsenal -- the Extrusion Shape