Tinkercad Aggregated Reviews

Tinkercad 01

August 8, 2019

If you’re a complete beginner doing simple things Tinkercad works as well.
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Tinkercad 02

August 8, 2019

I love Tinkercad, and these files are really well done. Nice work.
*quickly downloads the files for his own use*
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Tinkercad 03

August 8, 2019

There is Tinkercad, a website that will let you work with 3D files, which, being a website will work with Chromebooks.
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Tinkercad 04

August 8, 2019

Tinkercad is the way to go. I’ve been able to model quite complex functional parts with it. Get yourself a cheap pair of calipers too
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Tinkercad 05

August 8, 2019

The easiest to learn is tinkercad I think. It’s just drag and drop shapes, but it is ridiculous to actually make something in tinkercad. For actually making things, onshape is probably the easiest to get into. It’s very simple, yet very similar to industry software, and there’s no download. It just a website. I’ve used many cad packages but I prefer onshape for simple things because it is so much faster and is pretty easy
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Tinkercad 06

August 8, 2019

hold my beer, gonna make a sketch too on tinkercad
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Tinkercad 07

August 8, 2019

Did some tinkercad a few years ago, wow I could never make something as nice as this.
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Tinkercad 08

August 8, 2019

They’ve both got their purposes. Sketchup is better for stuff like architecture and visualizations, while Tinkercad is better for stuff like modeling (I find solid based modeling a bit easier, and Tinkercad undoubtedly wins there). Sketchup is also trash for modeling for 3D printing as everything it exports tends to be horrendously broken, which is kinda unfortunate since I do like Sketchup a lot.
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Tinkercad 09

August 8, 2019

I used tinkercad a lot! But according to some people say sketchup is better, but I can’t build anything lmao
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Tinkercad 10

August 8, 2019

Tinkercad is the easiest if you want thing that a certain dimensions.
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Tinkercad 11

August 8, 2019

I’d suggest you start with Tinkercad, it’s aimed at people like you. You use basic shapes (cube, sphere etc) to create a new object. Lots of tutorials on YouTube.
Start with something simple like a phone stand, drawer handle, soap holder and so on. Your first goal is to learn how to think about 3D modeling, not to create something complicated.
The best way to start is by looking around your home and trying to find something simple to fix or improve with a 3D printed part. You’ll soon start to get a feel for what’s possible or not and how hard (or easy) it is to model something.
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Tinkercad 12

August 8, 2019

Tinkercad. Is simple.
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Tinkercad 13

August 8, 2019

TinkerCAD’s problem is that it is very limited, and almost nothing you learn from using it will translate to any other CAD program out there. You would be better off spending an hour watching some tutorials for the other programs suggested and starting there. Even if the interface and features aren’t identical among my suggested CAD programs, the concepts are typically the same.
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