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3D Modeling

Tinkercad keyboard shortcuts

Moving object(s)
 /  /  /  Move object(s) along X/Y
ctrl +  /  Move object(s) along Z
Shift +  /  /  /  ×10 Nudge along X/Y
ctrl + Shift +  /  ×10 Nudge along Z
Keyboard + Mouse shortcuts. (Press and hold the keys, then click or drag the mouse.)
Alt + drag left mouse button Duplicate dragged object(s)
Shift + left mouse button Select multiple object(s)
Shift + hold while rotating 45° rotation
Alt + hold side handle Scale (1D)
Alt + hold corner handle Scale (2D)
Shift + hold corner handle Scale (3D)
Shift + Alt + hold corner handle Scale (3D)
Shift + Alt + hold top handle Scale (3D)
Object settings
H Hole turn object(s) into Holes
S Solid turn object(s) into Solids
ctrl + L Lock or Unlock object(s)
ctrl + H Hide object(s)
ctrl + shift + H Show All hidden object(s)
Viewing designs
Right mouse button Orbit the view
Ctrl + left mouse button Orbit the view
Shift + right mouse button Pan the view
ctrl + Shift + left mouse button Pan the view
scroll wheel Zoom the view in or out
+ or = Zoom-in
- Zoom-out
F Fit selected object(s) into the view
Tools and commands
ctrl + C Copy object(s)
ctrl + V Paste object(s)
ctrl + D Duplicate object(s) in place. 
(Repeat with move, rotate and scaling for interesting effects.)
Del Delete object(s)
ctrl + Z Undo action(s)
ctrl + Y Redo action(s)
ctrl + ShiftZ Redo action(s)
ctrl + G Group object(s)
ctrl + shiftG Un-group object(s)
L Align object(s)
M Flip (or Mirror) objects(s)
ctrl + A Select All object(s)
W Workplane place a workplane
R Ruler place a ruler
D Drop object(s) to the work plane
 

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