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    SketchUp Pipe Clamp Component

    I drew this for the New-Fangled Workbench model.
    Last edited by Dave Richards; 04-01-2008 at 06:15 PM.
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    Dave
    Thats nice..
    Do you use the full version of the free Google version....?

    Thanks\Garry

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    Thank you Garry. I use the Pro version. Have since V3. But everything I did for this model could be done with the free version.
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    A texture for the acme thread, dave?! Aww man, c'mon! :P

    You could easily double the file size if you drew in a real acme thread - hey, that's an idea, though - could you make an acme thread using follow me? Drawing a spiral seems easy enough - draw a circle, cut it and move it down a little - rinse repeat ...

    I think i'm gonna try it - futile exercise that it may be, a spiral would be fun to try to draw in SketchUp, methinks!
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    Nag, nag, nag.

    You're right, I could easily double the file size that way. Unless I don't. How about 137Kb?



    You're right. A spiral is a good exercise.
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    Hi Dave ,
    That is almost Lichentenstein without the dots and without the caption. You are really Good! I can see that reproduced about 4' high and 7' long.

    How about
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    "I'd like to put the Squeeze on you, Baby!" or
    "Loosen Up!"
    "One more time around?"
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    "When do I get my Turn?"
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    Thank you Robert. I should have had the spray shield up, though.

    Maybe I should have some of these sketches printed large. Of course like most artists, it wouldn't do me any good until I die.
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    Maybe you could do a whole lot of pictures and then feign death with your wife and family in some exotic foreign country. Of course before all that you need an agent. One who would naturally send you all the proceeds.
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    Maybe my battered canoe could wash up on a beach somewhere in England.

    Do you know who I could get to be my agent?
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    Hmmmmmm! I had a name. On the tip of my tongue, but now I forget? I too must have amnesia.

    Or you could go to a ski resort and get some one to cremate some remains, IMPORTANT!!!
    FOR THIS TO WORK!!!!
    NOT yours!!!
    Maybe some burned steak or something.
    Put it in an earn (urn) and let see how your stuff sells as you hide out on a dangerous boat looking for lobster somewhere.
    Good stuff here Dave!
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