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Thread: SketchUp Templates--Revisiting the Subject

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    SketchUp Templates--Revisiting the Subject

    In the last few days I answered questions about templates from several folks who are new to SketchUp.
    Last edited by Dave Richards; 08-19-2009 at 05:11 PM.
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    Stunned silence or deer in the headlights?
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    Dave,

    Just downloaded it. We've got a 4 day "good weather" window, so I'll be spraying most of the time, but will check it out when I get a chance.

    Thanks,

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    Excellent summary....I already have tried out some of the styles and will soon make several templates.

    I tried out the stright line styles (ones with 1px lines, 2 px lines, etc). Right now using the default template, the lines print blotchy wide on my HP inkjet, so I thought specifying the thinner lines might make the print look better. Unfortunately, lines seemed thinner when printed but the particular view I tried had numerous "partial" lines all over. Not a feasible result.

    Sorry for the digression. Thanks Dave for the summary.

    Ken

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    Thanks for the great info Dave! It'll come in handy this winter when I give SU another try!
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    Sketchup beginner

    Dave,
    I have just joined this forum. I am also new to Sketchup.
    I have downloaded most of the training videos posted by Google.
    I like to build boxes and would like to use Sketchup to design the boxes prior to building.
    I have figured out how to draw a component of the box (say the front or back) I have not figured out how to draw a miter bevel on the component and then show it fitting with other components.
    Is there a place I can get help?
    Thanks for any advice you might give.

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