How to draw a chest of draws in sketchup 8
A couple of Las Vegas makers meet up, I get interviewed by Charlie Kocourek about my Japanese woodworking tools, a flashback to the 70s with my new safety glasses. This weeks useful stuff is over 150 free Sketup diagrams from the Editors at Popular Woodworking.
Braxton Wirthlin – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9I3Vn0EtNbds4HXuOwaHcg
Charlie Kocourek [Jack Bench Woodworks] – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCubmDA1WBemTA_2xQhT_xrQ
Bill Livolsi – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqoh9H91TFBifFbxQrKllQg
Popular Woodworking Sketchup Warehouse – https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/user.html?id=0516717658416816535730450
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How to use Google SketchUp for Woodworking – Intro
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In this video I cover the absolute basics and show you where to find Google SketchUp, How to install it, and How to open the program from your PC.
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In this tutorial I cover several of the most common woodworking joints—miter, half-lap, tongue and groove, splined, rabbet and groove, blind dado, sliding dovetail, mortise and tenon, and the good old-fashioned dovetail.
If there any more you’d like to see just leave a comment and I’ll do an additional video in the future covering those as well.
(I realize my rabbet and groove ended up being more of a rabbet and rabbet!)
SketchUp is one of the most popular 3d Cad programs. It is very easy to use and the free version has almost all an amateur woodworker can need.
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