In short, I'm in!Back to the original topic, I did a video showing how I went about making the Shaker oval box. I guess it'll be published in the Design. Click. Build. blog one of these days. I don't get to decide what day it's published, though.
That's kind of like saying you can't cut good dovetails with such-and-such a saw when we've all seen Frank Klausz do it with a bow saw . Your table video looked pretty straight forward. I wonder what he based his claim on? I'm one of those people who when faced with something not working . . . suspect myself first . I'll give "Free" another go and report back. I'm still in for the Shaker Box Tutorial
That's what I think. I love it when someone says you can't do something in SketchUp.That's kind of like saying you can't cut good dovetails with such-and-such a saw when we've all seen Frank Klausz do it with a bow saw .
Dave I never said you couldn't do 3D print design in SU all I said is That I and many others have found that the ability to take those designs to either a cam software for CNC or to a printer much easier. Less hoops to junp through.That's what I think. I love it when someone says you can't do something in SketchUp.
I'll post a link when the box tutorial is up.