3D IMPRESS SOFTWORE

                          LIBRE OFFICE



Open the 3D Objects toolbar. The objects are three-dimensional, with depth, illumination and reflection. In principle, each inserted object forms an individual 3D scene. Press F3 to enter the scene. To edit the properties of these 3D objects, you can open the “3D Effects” dialog box.duck_default_view

Cube

Draw a stuffed cube as you drag on the slide. To draw a 3D rectangle, hold down Shift as you drag.
Icon Cube

Sphere

Draw a filled sphere as you drag on the slide. To draw a spheroid, hold down the Shift key as you drag.
Sphere Icon

Cylinder

Draw a cylinder based on a circle as you drag on the slide. To draw a cylinder based on an oval, hold down Shift as you drag.
Cylinder Icon

Cone

Draw a cone based on a circle as you drag on the slide. To draw a cone based on an oval, hold the Shift key as you drag.
Cone Icon

Pyramid

Draw a square-shaped pyramid by dragging on the slide. To draw a rectangular base pyramid, hold down the Shift key as you drag. To define a different polygon as the base of the pyramid, open the 3D Effects dialog and click the Geometry tab. In the Segments area, type the number of faces of the polygon in the Horizontal box, and then click the green check mark.
Pyramid Icon

Bull

Draw a donut-shaped object based on a circle as you drag on the slide. To draw a bull based on an oval, hold the Shift key while dragging.
Icon Toro

Shell

Draw a circle-shaped object by dragging it on the slide. To draw a shell based on an oval, hold down Shift as you drag.
Icon Shell

Hemisphere

Draw half of a sphere as you drag on the slide. To draw half of a spheroid, hold down Shift as you drag.
Icon Semiesfera

                          TINKERCAD



Tinkercad is a simple online 3D design and print application that everyone can use.

Designers, hobbyists, educators and children use Tinkercad to create toys, prototypes, home decor, Minecraft models or jewelry: the possibilities are truly endlesstinkercad
That´s who is work
1. Insertion
Shapes are the basic building blocks of Tinkercad. You can use a form to add or remove material. Import your own shapes or use those that already exist.
2. Adjustment
Move, rotate and adjust shapes in space with total freedom. Use tools like the ruler to specify exact dimensions.
3. Combination
Group a set of shapes to create models with as many details as you want.
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