Duffel Button

Introduction: Duffel Button

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In this lessson you will make a duffel button. This is similar to to the basic button, but uses a longer shape to create the button. Let's get started!

  1. Drag a Box shape to the workplane.

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Step 1:

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  1. Scale it smaller to a height of 8mm and a size of 8mm x 20mm.

Step 2:

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  1. Drag a Round Roof shape to the workplane.

Step 3:

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  1. This shape will be added to the end of the box shape.
  2. Scale it smaller to a height of 4mm and a size of 8mm x 8mm.

Step 4:

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  1. Rotate the shape and place it at the end of the box shape.

Step 5:

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  1. Copy and paste the Round Roof shape and rotate it so it will fit on the other end of the Box shape.
  2. Use the area highlighted in orange as a guide.

Step 6:

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  1. Drag a Cylinder to the workplane and set it to be a hole.

Step 7:

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  1. Scale it smaller to a size of 3mm x 3mm.
  2. Copy and paste the cylinder.
  3. Rotate and move them to the areas highlighted in orange.

Step 8:

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  1. Select all the shapes and group them into a single object by clicking the group button on the menu bar.

Step 9:

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Congratulations! You made it!

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