Creating and Using Reusable 3D Patterns Using Tinkercad Codeblocks

Tea Light Holder (Lighted with a LED)
Four-Holes-Pattern
Codeblocks for the Four-Holes-Pattern
Base yellow cylinder with four cylinders as holes.
BaseHole — Holes Subtracted from Base (Turned into a hole)
BaseHole with New Red Base Cylinder

Using the Four-Holes-Pattern

TeaLightHolder — radius = 25mm height = 76mm
Start Position for Four-Holes-Pattern
Creation of a Circle of the Four-Holes-Pattern as a New Object
TeaLightHolder with Bottle Circle of the Four-Holes-Pattern.
Copying the Bottom Circle of the Four-Holes-Design-Pattern
Decorated TeaLightHolder

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