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Old 12-26-2017, 11:12 PM
kenk kenk is offline
 
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Default Learning to use SketchUp

After many attempts to use paper, Excel, and PowerPoint to visualize and plan projects I've resolved to learn how to use SketchUp.

I watched the Youtube videos many months ago, but have since forgotten most of what I'd learned.

I am now going through the book "SketchUp: A Design Guide for Woodworks" by Joe Zeh, and have purchased (but not yet watched) the two David Richards DVDs (Basic & Advanced).

I can now create panels and boards, make them components, and place them as an assembly. So far so good, but a long way to go. A far cry from Excel & Powerpoint for sure.

Ken K.
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