This is a simple and fun ornament you can make using Tinkercad!
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Step 1: Pieces Needed
(Shown from left to right, back to front)
1. Two gold "Donut Slices" by Rob Walch (Dimensions: r1=2mm, r2=10mm, arc=0.6, h=5.33mm, w=1.07 mm, l=4.37 mm)
2. Two more gold-colored "Donut Slices" by Rob Walch (Dimensions: r1=2mm, r2=10mm, arc=0.01 mm, h=1.07 mm, w=1.07 mm, l=26.67 mm)
3. Four gold cylinders (Dimensions: w=2.13 mm, l=14.67 mm, h=1.07 mm)
4. Two red "Chamfered and Rounded" by Olivierr (Dimensions: w=2.13 mm, l=15.73 mm, h=1.07 mm)
5. Two more red "Chamfered and Rounded" by Olivierr (Dimensions: w=2.13 mm, l=14.67 mm, h=1.07 mm)
You can find the "Donut Slice" and the "Chamfered and Rounded" in Tinkercad's Community section!
Step 2: Making the Rails
1. Attach the 26.67 mm donut slices to the ends of the 4.37 mm donut slices.
2. Next, rotate two of the cylinders 45 degrees and attach each of them to the top of the rails as shown.
3. Rotate the two remaining cylinders -45 degrees and attach them to the top of the rails as shown.
Step 3: Making the Top
1. Lift each "Chamfered and rounded" 4.13 mm above ground.
2. Line them together above the two rails, with the two longer pieces in the middle.
3. You're finished! You can tie a piece of festive string around the rails to hang it from your Christmas tree.
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