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    Divide and Conquer in SketchUp

    Irony: The opposite of Wrinkly

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    There is so much SU can do that I have yet to touch. It took me a moment to understand the step "
    Next I used Push/Pull to extrude the plan and elevation through each other." but, like many things in SU, the "ah-ha" moment hit me. The half seat shape is pulled up to create the block and the curve shape is push/pulled through it. ;-) Great stuff Dave.
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    Thanks Glenn.

    And yes, you have it. Another application for that would be a curved table leg. It would be a bit like cutting out the shape on the bandsaw and then taping the waste back on and rotating the assembly 90 before going through the bandsaw again.
    Irony: The opposite of Wrinkly

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