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Ball Bearings are very useful for things that must be supported and spin at the same time. This tutorial gives a how-to on making a ball bearing in ...
Blender is a free, powerful, 3D modeling program. If you have not already downloaded and installed it, do so. Open blender and delete the default object. (Keep the camera ...
Go into Edit Mode. Select all verticies. Click 1. E (extrude) 2. Z (target axis) Type 0.3 (Extrude Z 0.3). Enter. With only the top verticies selected, scale to 0.9. ...
Now duplicate your work OUT of Edit Mode. Scale X and Y to 1.5. In Edit Mode on the outer ring, select the middle row of verticies and ...
Add the Solidify Modifier of desired thickness to both objects in Object Mode. Now apply it. On both rings, apply subdivide smooth 4 times (w=> subdivide smooth) in edit ...
To add the balls, just Add => Mesh => UV Sphere. Now duplicate and move until it is perfect.
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