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SketchUp : a design guide for woodworkers : complete illustrated reference / Joe Zeh.

By: Zeh, Joe [author.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Popular Woodworking Books 2015Description: 286 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781440342011; 1440342016.Subject(s): SketchUp | Woodwork -- Design and construction | Woodwork -- Computer-aided design | Woodwork -- Data processing | Three-dimensional imaging -- Data processingDDC classification: 684.080285 Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description
Contents:
Introduction -- Part one: SketchUp's Workbench and its tools (1. The SketchUp workspace ; 2. The SketchUp Toolbox)
Part two: The apprentice & the bedside table (3. Drawing tapered legs ; 4. Adding joinery ; 5. Using joinery to define parts ; 6. Modeling a traditional drawer ; 7. Adding cock bead & pull ; 8. Ruby script extensions ; 9. Creating shop drawings ; 10. Texturing the bedside table)
Part three: The journeyman & nonrectilinear pieces and complex curves (11. Splayed pieces: the dough box ; 12. Splayed pieces: the Shaker shop stool ; 13. Modeling a clock hood with two-dimensional circular curves ; 14. Tabletop edges with noncircular curves ; 15. Bracket feet with Bézier curves ; 16. Cabriole legs with Bézier curves)
Appendix A: Mac OS user help -- Appendix B: Preferences -- Appendix C: Model info -- Appendix D: Component-related dialog boxes -- Appendix E: SketchUp viewers -- Appendix F: The warehouse.
Summary: "A SketchUp guide created specifically for woodworkers! SketchUp is a fantastic design tool for woodworkers. It can save you time, materials and money by letting you test your designs before you even make your first cut. But, as with any computer software, there is a learning curve. This comprehensive guide provides you with the specific advice that you need in order to use the program effectively. Created from a woodworkers perspective, SketchUp: A Design Guide for Woodworkers helps you create beautiful furniture designs and reduces chances of costly construction errors."--Page [4] of cover.
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Includes index.

Introduction -- Part one: SketchUp's Workbench and its tools (1. The SketchUp workspace ; 2. The SketchUp Toolbox)

Part two: The apprentice & the bedside table (3. Drawing tapered legs ; 4. Adding joinery ; 5. Using joinery to define parts ; 6. Modeling a traditional drawer ; 7. Adding cock bead & pull ; 8. Ruby script extensions ; 9. Creating shop drawings ; 10. Texturing the bedside table)

Part three: The journeyman & nonrectilinear pieces and complex curves (11. Splayed pieces: the dough box ; 12. Splayed pieces: the Shaker shop stool ; 13. Modeling a clock hood with two-dimensional circular curves ; 14. Tabletop edges with noncircular curves ; 15. Bracket feet with Bézier curves ; 16. Cabriole legs with Bézier curves)

Appendix A: Mac OS user help -- Appendix B: Preferences -- Appendix C: Model info -- Appendix D: Component-related dialog boxes -- Appendix E: SketchUp viewers -- Appendix F: The warehouse.

"A SketchUp guide created specifically for woodworkers! SketchUp is a fantastic design tool for woodworkers. It can save you time, materials and money by letting you test your designs before you even make your first cut. But, as with any computer software, there is a learning curve. This comprehensive guide provides you with the specific advice that you need in order to use the program effectively. Created from a woodworkers perspective, SketchUp: A Design Guide for Woodworkers helps you create beautiful furniture designs and reduces chances of costly construction errors."--Page [4] of cover.

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