Community Question

hi anyone using thinkercad?i want to lock a part off a part and chift a part.
Nomad 6R
Commented September 2017
justin

i wanted to make jd chest bigger and higher and more dept.
130.00Wx90.00Hx50.00 dept
the arm holes 1.5 cm more backwarts
JustinRatliff
Commented September 2017
Ok. The hints I gave you for TinkerCad will hold true for any modification you want to make. It is a matter of learning what the tools and options in TinkerCad do and experimenting and keep at it, you'll it.

Here is another hint. Save often! I save and export my modified files as new versions often. When working on a project I'll end up with 20-30 revisions even for something small sometimes.
Nomad 6R
Commented September 2017
justin

it saves automatic.

ok thanks
JustinRatliff
Commented September 2017
No, that is not the same at all. I know that it saves what you do to your project file and that is not what I was trying to explain to you. I think some things you might just need to learn on your own and see for your self.

Because what I was explaining is you will probably want to save as a new file and export revisions to your desktop often. Because as you work with 3D files more, you'll find you often need to revert or review changes and if you just rely on your single project file in TinkerCad to automatically save your changes (which sometimes the website actually might not) you'll likely end up wishing you had not relied on that.
Nomad 6R
Commented September 2017
the calculations change every time you turn the part.indeed
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AvatarNomad 6R
Asked on Thursday, September 28, 2017