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Tinkercad Tutorial Part 5 – (Circular Patterns and Slicing)

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Welcome to the fifth part of a series of videos comprehensively covering Tinkercad and associated tips and tricks to help your design experience. This video focuses on creating circular and linear patterns as well as slicing objects and ideally positioning them for 3D Printing purposes.

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