Designing a Mask Hanger (Beginner)

A short tutorial on how to use TinkerCAD to create a mask Hanger targeted at beginners.

Materials

Step 1

Place a box from the basic shapes into your workplane.

Place a box from the basic shapes into your workplane.

Step 2

Change the width (x axis) and length (y axis) to 50mm by 20mm. Furthermore, lower the height (z axis) to 6mm.

Change the width (x axis) and length (y axis) to 50mm by 20mm. Furthermore, lower the height (z axis) to 6mm.

Step 3

Place a roof from the basic shapes into your workplane and rotate it 90 degrees counter-clockwise.

Place a roof from the basic shapes into your workplane and rotate it 90 degrees counter-clockwise.

Step 4

Change the roof’s width (x axis) and length (y axis) to 15mm by 30mm. Furthermore, lower the height (z axis) to 6mm. At this point, you will also want to center the roof with the box you place earlier to create an arrow (see picture).

Change the roof's width (x axis) and length (y axis) to 50mm by 20mm. Furthermore, lower the height (z axis) to 6mm.

Step 5

Place a holed box from the basic shapes into your workplane, change it’s width (x axis), length (y axis), and height (z axis) to 6mm by 30mm by 4mm. Aligned the holed box on the roof’s top half, in the middle of the x axis (see picture).

Place a holed box from the basic shapes into your workplane, change it's width (x axis), length (y axis), and height (z axis) to 6mm by 30mm by 4mm. Aligned the holed box on the roof's top half, in the middle of the x axis (see picture).

Step 6

Place a wedge from the basic shapes into your workplane, make it a holechange it’s width (x axis), length (y axis), and height (z axis) to 4mm by 20mm by 4mm. Aligned the holed wedge in front of the holed box your recent placed to make a hook for the mask (see picture).

Place a wedge from the basic shapes into your workplane, make it a holechange it's width (x axis), length (y axis), and height (z axis) to 4mm by 20mm by 4mm. Aligned the holed wedge in front of the holed box your recent placed to make a hook for the mask (see picture).

Step 7

Select all shapes, by either drag-clicking with the mouse, or using CTRL + Click to multi-select shapes. Group the objects using CTRL + G, or clicking the group button at the top right of the interface. Congratulations! You have completed your mask ganger.

Select all shapes, by either drag-clicking with the mouse, or using CTRL + Click to multi-select shapes. Group the objects using CTRL + G, or clicking the group button at the top right of the interface. Congratulations! You have completed your mask hanger.

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