What SketchUp to use for woodworkers?
For woodworking, it is recommended that you use a Desktop version of SketchUp instead of the web based version. We recommend using SketchUp Pro and that is the version used in the course. However, there is an older version of the free desktop application still available, SketchUp Make 2017.
How many days it will take to learn SketchUp?
It depends on person to person…but an average student can learn SketchUp tools in 10 classes say 1class every 2days… so about 20days… And to become proficient, i don’t think anyone can answer this question… It depends on person how much they practice… And any one can only teach you SketchUp tools with some examples…
How can I speed up SketchUp?
NEW WAYS TO SPEED UP YOUR SKETCHUP MODELS Use Smart Modeling Techniques for objects. Consider what you’re using an object for. Use beveled edges instead of curved. Wherever possible, try to use simple bevels rather than curves. Check number of entities in an object by triple clicking, or by turning on hidden geometry.
What do people use SketchUp for?
SketchUp Pro is used primarily for building design and construction in the AEC (Architecture, Engineering and Construction) industry. It is also widely used in the Entertainment industry and throughout the diverse long tail of “Maker” communities (Woodworkers, Artists, Inventors, etc.)
How to learn SketchUp?
Selecting a template. Every model in SketchUp is based on a template,which has predefined settings for your model’s background and units of measurement.
How do you use SketchUp?
SketchUp can be used to create innovative 3D models that can be sent to a 3D printer in order to transform them into real objects. Students taking math courses can use SkecthUp to visualize and make physical models of mathematical objects.