[Skill Builder] Modeling a Screw, Part 1

May 1, 2018

Behold! The humble threaded rod! So simple yet intricate in it's design. Modeling such geometry has long been thought to be a nearly impossible task for the average SketchUp user. Join us as we pull back the veil of mystery and show you how you can create threads armed with nothing more than the basic SketchUp tools available in Sketchup Shop!

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