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  1. Sketchup (Trimble) has posted a new learning site composed of individual lessons that progress thru the Sketchup fundamentals. Currently the lessons cover the basic tools and Sketchup operations. There are also lessons on Rendering and using the Trimble Sketchup addition of Layout. A Trimble account is required. The account sign-up is free.
  2. lew

    Sketchup Resources

    Multiple Sketchup resources, videos, tutorials
  3. Sketchup tutorials broken down to show the use of most of the Sketchup Tools and Functions. Videos are not very long. Author speaks plainly and demonstrates what he is talking about. YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/thesketchupessentials?sub_confirmation=1 Website http://www.thesketchupessentials.com/
  4. Well made videos showing various aspects of Sketchup and how to use them
  5. What are tags? Well the Websters definition is "a label attached to someone or something for the purpose of identification or to give other information." Why should I use tags in my posts, images and blogs and more? Using tags in your content will allow other members and visitors alike to find content that is related to yours. And when members and visitors find a topic, and click on one of that topics tags, they can find their way back to your topic if you tagged your topic similar. Tags are a great way to keep our community search friendly, and easy to access for others, really, tagging is in the blogging and forum circles the courteous thing to do. In order to tag your topics, type in related words to your topic. Try to think in the mindset, "I want to find a related topic or image similar to mine, what single words can I use to describe my topic or image". Our community and tags A tag is at a minimum one or at a maximum, two words. You choose the tags you want to use, that will represent your topic. Use only common words, that others may use in their own topics. You can place as many tags as you want, but you must enter at least two in order for your topic to be submitted successfully. Tags are a great way to search for other similar content, if you create tags that are are similar to others who have created tags, then the content will be similar as well. Once the tags are submitted, you can click on the tag, and you will be shown a list of similar content submitted by others, or your own content from the past. How to use In the example below, we have a topic a member is going to start, this member wants to talk about their 19th Century Walnut Hutch they are building. Some of the construction methods this member is using are, dovetails, tenons, and they are making it out of walnut. So in our example at left (click on thumbnail image to enlarge) this member tagged their topic. These tags will show up below the title of their topic, so now if a member or visitor wants to search for related projects or items made of walnut, all they have to do is click on the tag "walnut" and they will be taken to virtually every topic that has "walnut" in the topic tags. If a member or visitor wanted to get some great ideas on building a "hutch" well all they would have to do is click on the topic tag "hutch" and they would be taken to every topic that has a hutch. This is a great way to keep our community searchable, and easy to use. I'd like to highly recommend this feature to all here within our community. Thank you! EDIT 8-11-2018: Tags are now required community wide.
  6. lew

    Sketchup Tutorials

    List of Sketchup tutorial videos
  7. Sketchup tutorials for woodworkers
  8. lew

    Design.Click.Build

    Video tutorials by Dave Richards showing how to use Sketchup in designing woodworking projects
  9. Good Monday Morning Patriot Woodworkers! Well here we are, embarking yet upon another fun week of projects, shop time, good friends and hopefully an expansion of our knowledge as we try new things out, learn from each other, and open our minds up to the possibilities. Woodworking is wonderful isn't it? There is not a single human in this world who could possibly know all there is to know about the different disciplines in woodworking, and that is why it's such an amazing field to be involved in, there is always something new to know, and learn. The main purpose of our Monday Morning topics are to see what you all built over the weekend, and what plans you have for the week ahead. We love to see what is popping in your shops, so please share with us in this topic, what did you do this weekend, and what have you planned ahead? Don't forget to share your images too! Life experiences are welcome too, vacation images, ball game shots, anything you did this past weekend and or are planning for the week ahead. Tutorials Lately we have had some wonderful suggestions for improving our online community, and I'd like to point out some new tutorials for your enjoyment. Profile Information Below Avatars Invite Your Friends How to Create a Blog Viewing Recent Forum Images Member Mentions in Content Those are our latest tutorials, and please keep the suggestions coming, we love to expand and make our community better for all. To submit a suggestion simply start a topic in the Patriot's Pulse Forum and title your suggestion appropriately, and please, only one suggestion per topic, if you submit multiple suggestions in a single topic, we have a hard time tracking them. You may also submit gripes and critiques about our community, we need to hear those too! Eye candy image of the week See page for author [CC BY 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons"Six men are working with saws, drills, hammers and vices making chairs, cabinets shelves and cradles." Coloured etching.Iconographic Collections
  10. I hope I am not jumping the gun on this, and stealing the wind from the sails of Lew, but I am so excited, Lew is re-posting his complete Rolling Pin Tutorial! You may have noticed Lew's images are taking command of the Photo Gallery line at the top of our site, that is because he is going to make available the images in the gallery, and in the topics that layout the construction of these rolling pins. So sit tight folks, it's coming it's coming! And thank you so much Lew for undertaking this huge effort!

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