Sketchup - Guide for Woodworkers by Timothy S. Killen

By Timothy S. Killen

SketchUp advisor for Woodworkers is a complete step by step guide to assist furnishings makers grasp Googles strong 3-D computer-based drawing software. Its a necessary advisor for woodworkers who're new to SketchUp or clients who are looking to enhance their abilities and effects.

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3. Use the Push/ Pull Tool to push the back edge of the bottom shelf in 1 ⁄4 in. Figure 19. Rabbet the top and side components to house the back panel. Use the Line Tool to draw one face of the back panel, fitted into the rabbets. Then use the Push/Pull Tool to make it 1 ⁄4 in. thick. Figure 20. Create the back panel and you’re done. SK ETCH UP G UI D E F OR WOODWOR K ER S ch a pter eight How to Design and Construct Joints S ketchUp gives you the ability to quickly and accurately detail woodworking joints.

46 FIN E WO O DWOR K I N G 1. Draw a guide line 15 3 ⁄ 8 in. from front edge of left front leg. 2. Select both front legs by using the Select Tool and holding the Shift key. 3. Copy the two front legs and move them along the green axis until they snap to the guide line. 191 ⁄ 8" Figure 5. Copy the front legs to make the rear legs. Rough Out the Upper Front Stretcher, Side, and Back Components Step 6 Use the Tape Measure Tool to place a guide line 55⁄ 8 in. from the top of the leg to locate the upper components.

Use the Line Tool to trace over each angled edge of the pins, as shown in Figure 32. Figure 31. Use the Move/Copy Tool to reconnect the two components so that you can use the tails to shape the pins. 43 FIN E WO O DWOR K I N G Figure 32. With the side component selected for editing, use the Line Tool to draw over the pin shapes on the edge of the component. Step 12 Use the Push/Pull Tool to push out the tail shape. Click on the back edge of the front component to stop the push (Figure 33). Double-click the Push/ Pull Tool on each of the remaining tail shapes to remove the waste.

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