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In this lesson you will learn to make a button shaped like a bat! Let's get started!

1. Drag a Box shape to the Workplane.

## Step 1:

1. Scale it smaller to a height of 8mm and size it to 16mm x 30mm. Move it to the area outlined in orange.

## Step 2:

1. Drag a Cylinder shape to the Workplane and make it a Hole.

## Step 3:

1. Scale it smaller to a height of 8mm and a diameter of 8mm.
2. Remember, a quick and easy way to make a uniform 3D scale is to press and hold the shift key on the keyboard while scaling the shape.

## Step 4:

1. Copy and paste the Cylinder and add a Cylinder to each of the areas highlighted in orange.
2. A quick way to make copies of shapes is to hold the ALT key on the keyboard while moving a shape.

## Step 5:

1. Drag a Cylinder shape to the Workplane and make it a Hole.

## Step 6:

1. Scale it bigger to a diameter of 50mm and a height of 8mm.
2. Move it to the area highlighted in orange.

## Step 7:

1. Select all the shapes and group them into a single object by clicking the Group button on the Menu Bar.

## Step 8:

1. Now let's make the head for the bat.
2. Drag a Box shape to the Workplane.

## Step 9:

1. Scale it smaller to a height of 8mm and a size of 4mm x 5mm.
2. Move it to the area marked in orange.

## Step 10:

1. Drag a Cylinder shape to the Workplane and make it a Hole.

## Step 11:

1. Scale it smaller to a diameter of 5mm.
2. Move it to the area highlighted in orange.

## Step 12:

1. Select the Box and Cylinder and Group them together.

## Step 13:

1. Almost done! The only thing missing now are the button holes.
2. Drag a Cylinder shape to the Workplane and make it a Hole.

## Step 14:

1. Scale it smaller to a diameter of 3mm.
2. Copy and paste the hole to the areas marked in orange.

## Step 15:

1. Select all the shapes and Group them.

## Step 16:

Congratulations! You did it!