Can SketchUp be used for structural engineering? In this presentation, we’ll see how David Zachary -- a licensed engineer who uses SketchUp almost exclusively -- collaborates with architects and builders on high-end residential projects. David will overview SketchUp workflows specific to structural engineering that produce highly coordinated, exceedingly accurate, and eye-catching plans that create a complete set of construction documents. This presentation will give an overview of using SketchUp for everything from drafting to detailing, and everything in between including how to improve communication and feedback over long distances. With projects across eight states and three time zones, see how Zachary Engineering is coordinating with architects and builders to ensure plans and projects stay up-to-date and on time. https://www.nicksonder.com/ http://www.zacharyengineering.com/
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In our last live model, we received a lot of great questions and tips on how to use the Match Photo Command to create interiors. In this Skill Builder, we dive into those tips and show you how to use
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We're backing up a bit in our fundamentals series and taking a look at how to work with faces and edges in SketchUp. Follow along to learn more!
Have you used our new Live Components in your models yet? Today, we're looking into how Live Components behave once you get them into your model. Follow along and learn some tips and tricks!
Continuing with our SketchUp fundamentals course, we're diving into a command called Dimensions. Follow along as we show you how to use it.
Let's take a look at some (advanced) basics on circles in SketchUp. As many of you already know, circles in SketchUp aren't exactly circles. Tune in to learn more.
Welcome to the fundamentals of SketchUp. We just learned some basics on guides, but you guys asked some great questions so we're going to tackle those questions in this video.
Should you use materials or images? In this Skill Builder, we look at how you can use materials to fill in the colors on your model versus using imported imagery.
We're taking a look at the Axes Tool in our Square One fundamentals series. Learn how you can use this in your workflow.
See all the components and follow along on the forum - https://forums.sketchup.com/t/modeling-with-live-components/149784
Today we're taking a look at a way you can generate a custom color list with the Mac UI. Thanks to our forum users for this great idea!
We get a lot of questions about rendering with a SketchUp model. In this video, we talk through general rules of thumb when you are prepping a model for rendering.
With SketchUp Viewer, you can quickly and easily bring your 3D models to life by viewing them in the context of your environment. Follow along in this video tutorial to see how to get started with Ske
It's back to the basics! We're taking a look at Guides in today's SketchUp Square One series. Follow along as we teach you how to edit, input, and remove Guides from your model.
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Having trouble with partial grouping? We have solutions! We dive into what partial grouping is, how you can avoid it, and how to fix it afterward.
There's two main features when it comes to the protractor tool: measuring angles and placing guides at specific angles. Watch this Square One video to make sure you've got a full understanding of all
We've seen a few questions around deleting lines between coplanar faces and what determines which material fills the face. Watch this Skill Builder to learn about the priorities that set the fill dete