Archive for Tutorials

Unwrapping and Unfolding Tips and Tricks

June 29, 2017 in Tutorials

Need to unfold a shape in SketchUp? And you are running into problems? Read my tips and tricks article that describes how to best do that with my extension: Unwrapping and unfolding correctly in SketchUp

Making replacement parts with SketchUp is so easy!

February 20, 2017 in Tutorials

I just had the need to replace a broken knob on our dryer and instead of tracking down the original replacement part, I 3D printed the knob from a SketchUp model I made in a few minutes. Check out my blog post and see how I did it: Dryer fix made easy with 3D printing

Scripting 101: Learn to Code with SketchUp (my 2016 #3DBasecamp presentation)

June 15, 2016 in Tutorials

This page provides some additional information for my presentation at the 2016 3D Basecamp on Wednesday, June 15th 10:30 am – 12:00 pm in Sleeping Giant Description: Get your hour of code right here, right inside SketchUp! Learn the basics of coding with SketchUp’s Ruby language during this talk with just a few, easy-to-follow exercises. Coding […]

Information Modeling in SketchUp: An Overview (my 2016 #3DBasecamp presentation)

June 13, 2016 in Tutorials

This page provides some additional information for my presentation at the 2016 3D Basecamp on.Monday, June 13th 4:30 pm – 5:45 pm in Sleeping Giant Description: Counter to popular belief, SketchUp can do much more than just “sketching”. This session dives deeper into the software, exploring techniques for creating parametric, data-loaded Dynamic Components, deploying the […]

How to best prepare your SketchUp models for Sketchfab.com

February 10, 2016 in Tutorials

There are nowadays quite a few ways in which we can share a SketchUp model with the world, thanks to a technology that is built right into most modern browsers: WebGL. One example is Trimble’s 3D Warehouse, where an uploaded model becomes an interactive one just by clicking on a small icon: Other web services expand […]

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