June 19, 2019
Dave Richards demonstrates efficient SketchUp workflow, allowing the program to fill in the measurements based on work you've already done
June 6, 2019
After an inspiring trip to London, Tim Killen imported a museum photo into SketchUp to replicate a piece, from the comfort of his airplane seat
May 16, 2019
Creating this continuous curve in the shop is fairly straightforward. Assemble the parts and fair the curve. In SketchUp it's a little different.
May 1, 2019
Tim Killen demonstrates how to create accurate models of these complex forms
April 17, 2019
SketchUp guru Dave Richards shows you a few ways to leverage layers to show some different things in your models
April 4, 2019
Here is a rough idea on a Contemporary Spice Cabinet - something small and perhaps on kitchen counter. The plan is to use "coopered" doors - two hinged doors, one…
March 20, 2019
While working with some new online students over the last several weeks, the discussion has turned to layers. New users often find layers in SketchUp to be a little confusing…
March 6, 2019
For the last 12 years or so, I've attended the Colonial Williamsburg Conference "Working Wood in the 18th C. And following each of those events, I've posted a SketchUp representation…
February 20, 2019
In my previous blog post I showed how to use section cuts to create views showing the interior of your project. Another classic way to illustrate the inner details is…
February 6, 2019
The ever prolific Tim Killen demonstrates how to create a 10-sided reeded leg SketchUp model
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