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  1. Let me preface this with the fact that I've never done any wood turning. Ever. I've actually done more metal turning; while I'm no machinist I can turn a piece of hex brass into a usable pipe fitting given a little time and a South Bend lathe with a 4-jaw chuck and taper attachment. In my back yard stands...excuse me, stood...a towering ash tree. As in you could see it from orbit, more or less...well, if you look at Google Earth for my home address, it covered the entire back yard. I got my first big wake-up call in June of 2019 when the first limb fell...and it was a monster. Woul
  2. Been following this fellow on Youtube. He does lots of Sketchup work and instruction. He recently started a series called "Square One" which covers the use of the basic Sketchup native tools. Each video is under 10 minutes and very informative- even if you've been using Sketchup for a while. I found it especially helpful for someone like me who is self-taught on Sketchup. https://www.youtube.com/c/SketchUp/featured
  3. 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 acces
  4. Joe Zeh has produced a video tutorial series for CabWriter 3 and Sketchup. Part #1 can be located at- https://youtu.be/aPz0TeS9RJc The rest of the videos are linked from Mr. Zeh's YouTube channel
  5. 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.
  6. Multiple Sketchup resources, videos, tutorials
  7. 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/
  8. Well made videos showing various aspects of Sketchup and how to use them
  9. List of Sketchup tutorial videos
  10. Sketchup tutorials for woodworkers
  11. lew

    Design.Click.Build

    Video tutorials by Dave Richards showing how to use Sketchup in designing woodworking projects
  12. 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 M
  13. 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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