How do I place multiple components in SketchUp?
To make copies, activate the Move tool and press the Ctrl key (Option on the Mac). SketchUp is very flexible in how you can set the spacing and number of copies: After the first copy is made, you can enter the number of copies you want and set the spacing between them.
Can you group components in SketchUp?
With the Select tool ( ), select all the entities you want to include in your group. Select Edit > Group from the menu bar. Or context-click the selection and choose Group from the menu that appears. Everything in the selection becomes grouped within a bounding box.
What are the 3 basic navigation tools?
Chuck Hawley explains how to use some basic traditional chart navigation tools. Circular parallel rules, parallel rules, rolling plotters, dividers, sextants, and star charts are discussed to help you understand their function in plotting a course for your next offshore boating trip.
Where are SketchUp components?
We have standardized where product content, stuff like collections of components, materials and styles are stored on the file system. On Windows, we moved the default content that comes with SketchUp (Components, Materials and Styles) out of the Program Files directory and placed them in the ProgramData directory.
How do I copy a component in SketchUp?
You can do this:
- Open a model, select something you want, do a Copy.
- Open another model, Paste or Paste in Place.
How do I count components in SketchUp?
The closest polygon estimate you can get with a vanilla version of SketchUp is a “Faces” count. Go to Window/Model Info and select the “Show nested components” check box. Both the “Edges” and “Faces” numbers should give you a good idea of how many polygons you’re dealing with.
Where can I download SketchUp components?
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- Skip Straight to SKPs.
- 3D Warehouse.
What does make unique mean in SketchUp?
By making the instance unique, you’re basically creating a new component based on your original. Open the context for the unique component. To open the context, you can double-click the component. Or select it, context-click the selection, and choose Edit Component.