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!
What's better than a Skill Builder about modeling a screw in SketchUp? A TWO PART Skill Builder video about...
The SketchUp 2021 brings new tools and features to your workflow so you can design delightfully on an informed foundation.
Putting SketchUp to Work: Building a Deck
As our brand and products have evolved, so has our suite of product logos.
As a hobbyist maker and a general fan of technology, Kevin decided to build two split ortholinear keyboards to help with his tendinitis.
Dive into one of the newest native features offered in SketchUp Pro 2020.2 - Native Weld - what it is, why you should use and how to do it. Use this native command now to select multiple line segments
Have you heard of SketchUp for Web? Today, we give you a light introduction to the product. In this video, we will go through the differences between the web interface and the standard desktop interfa
Follow along with us on our forum: https://forums.sketchup.com/t/modeling-a-workbench-and-creating-drawing-from-layout-live/131109/37
In this video, we take a look at how you can leverage SketchUp and LayOut to generate quick outputs.
We sit down with Christopher Westhoff to learn about his latest piece, an exhibit that visualizes microbial spread and promotes hygiene best practices.
In SketchUp for Web, we are still exploring the possibilities of a web-enabled SketchUp. We’re proud to share the latest upgrades to SketchUp for Web.
How do you draw a weld that looks real in SketchUp? Follow along as we show you how to do it!
In this live session, we model Bag End. You're sure to pick up some workflow tips and tricks.
You can get in, but you may not be able to get out of The Escape Game. We sit down with the team in Nashville to learn how they use SketchUp throughout their creative process.
You bring the wood. We got the rest. Meet Kit&Co., a design and fabrication company that makes furniture kits, but not just your regular furniture kits, really unique ones.
In this SketchUp Talk episode, we talk DIY. What is DIY? We believe it is best described as a movement or a culture.
Learn best practices and SketchUp workflow tips specifically for fabrication. We sit down with Eric Schimelpfenig as he shows us how to make your 3D printing and CNC machining workflows smoother.
As a SketchUp user, you should be able to draw a sphere from scratch in just a couple of seconds. In this Skill Builder, we show you how to use the Circle command plus Follow Me to do just this!
In this live model session, we are modeling lightsabers! Aaron's mouse - 3Dconnexion SpaceMouse Enterprise (https://www.3dconnexion.com/products/spacemouse/spacemouse-enterprise.html) Extensions
Ready to push your limits and "strum the chords" of creativity? Join us as Steve Guzman guides us through his creative process designing a Ukulele with SketchUp.
Have you seen Top Gun? If so, you will recognize our next live model: a Boeing F18E Super Hornet. Aaron's mouse - 3Dconnexion SpaceMouse Enterprise (https://www.3dconnexion.com/products/spacemouse