This object was made in Tinkercad for My Mini Factory's Tinkercad competition:
In Greek Mythology, when Zeus and the Olympians overthrew the Titans, all of the Titans who had fought in the war were punished. Atlas's punishment was that he had to hold up the weight of the sky forever. The only way he could get out of his punishment was to convince someone else to take the load for him. However, no one ever did so and he was forced to hold up the sky for all of eternity.
While today we know that this myth is, well, a myth, I created this table to represent this ancient myth. While Atlas might not really hold up the sky, he can easily hold up your table. This table has a pedestal for a strong, sturdy base. A statue of Atlas poses on this pedestal, holding up the sky above him. As an added decoration, the Sun's rays are depicted on the bottom of the table, shining through the clouds above.
This table is easy to assemble. All you have to do is apply a dot of glue in the center of the Sun on the table, and then press it down on the top of the Atlas statue. After allowing this bond to set and the glue to dry, your Atlas table will be done.