10 Things Every Sketchup Warehouse User Must Know

Number One

There is a reason for SketchUp to be synonymous with software.

It is to simulate friendly 3D and it does not sacrifice usability for the sake of functionality.

Start tracing lines and shapes.

Click and drag surfaces to make them three-dimensional.

Stir, copy, rotate and draw to do whatever you like.

All of that is what SketchUp provides.

 

Number Two

Sketchup warehouse contains millions of 3D models that include almost everything…

…that you can imagine and what you want to see in 3D.

In this huge sea of content in the store:

You will find a 3D georeferenced building that appears in the layer of 3D buildings in Google Earth,

As well as hundreds of product catalogs containing hundreds of thousands of items from the real world

Number Three

At some point in most 3D projects, you will have to turn your model into a collection of drawings that will become a point.

The layout in SketchUp Pro allows you to add model views to pages.

Allows you to select a scales drawing, correct line weights and add values, graphs, and tables.

You can also make changes to the SketchUp model and find it automatically in LayOut.

And when it’s time to export the pages as PDF files, images and CAD files.

 

Number Four

The search for a stock model is not very different from using Google to find a website.

More specifically, you can be with words or phrase studies, the better.

Take this as an example:

The general search for the word “auto” returns more than 25,000 models for navigation.

Nevertheless, the introduction of a specific brand and model (for example, Ford Cardiac) will significantly reduce the results (up to 200).

 

 

Number Five

Why shake everything from scratch? Whether this chair is mounted that design or a rhino for your zoo, you will find everything you need in 3D Warehouse, the world’s largest 3D free library. And everyone can use 3D storage for storing and sharing templates. Upload your best work and become a legend for SketchUp.

 

Number Six

Recovery of dynamic components. I often use the “is: Dynamic” filter. Adding it to the search phrase will return only the models with the parameters Dynamic Component (DC). For example, “French Door: Dynamic” will return only a few models to choose from. For items such as windows, doors, and cabinets, you will often find detailed dynamic components with customizable dimensions, materials, equipment, etc.

 

Number Seven

Extensions are additional tools designed to solve modeling problems that otherwise scratch your head. And there are hundreds to explore.

 

Number Eight

There are two main ways to download content from a three-dimensional gallery: save files on your hard drive via a web browser or import directly into your project using SketchUp through a browser or the “Get models” command.

 

Number Nine

Creating collections is a great way to catalog 3D Warehouse models for future use. For example, you can create a collection called “My Windows”, “My Plants”, “My Furniture” or another type of template that you regularly. If you do not want people to know about your models in the Star Wars collection, do not worry – for each collection you create in the 3D gallery, you can make it private or share it with the people you choose, you’ll see a link under each image template, which says: “Add this template to the collection.” Click the link to select a collection from the drop-down list. Keep in mind that the model can be included in any number of collections.

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