Where is the dimension tool in SketchUp?

You find the Linear Dimension tool ( ) on the default toolbar’s Dimensions menu or by selecting Tools > Dimensions > Linear from the menu bar. To create a linear dimension, follow these steps: Select the Linear Dimension tool. Make sure your desired dimension settings are selected in the Dimension Style panel.

What is the dimension tool in SketchUp?

The dimension tool allows you to place on screen dimensions between any two points. By default SketchUp does not have a keyboard shortcut for the dimension tool. I recommend setting a keyboard shortcut for this to D. The dimension tool is used often and having a keyboard shortcut for it will save time.

How do you write dimensions?

Here are some popular examples:

  1. Boxes: Length x Width x Height (See below)
  2. Bags: Width x Length (The width is always the dimension of the bag opening.)
  3. Labels: Length x Width.

How much RAM does SketchUp use?

SketchUp for Web – System Requirements

Minimum Specifications Recommended Specifications
2.1+ GHz Intel processor 2.8+ GHz Intel processor
4GB RAM 8GB+ RAM
700MB of available hard-disk space At least 1GB of available hard-disk space

How do you dimension in Autocad?

Create a Linear Dimension with Angled Extension Lines

  1. Click Annotate tab Dimensions panel Linear. Find.
  2. Specify the first and second extension line origin.
  3. At the prompt, enter r (Rotated).
  4. Enter an angle for the dimension line.
  5. Click to place the dimension line.
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Which tool would you use for dimensioning?

Hand tools remain very useful for the majority of dimensional inspection applications. Dial indicators, digital calipers, micrometers, and tape measures will often be your best option as they are highly portable, readily available and affordable.

Do assembly drawings have dimensions?

Generally, the only dimensions shown on assembly and subassembly drawings are those needed to assemble the parts, standard components, and subassemblies. Thus, dimensions needed solely to fabricate a part should not be shown on assembly or subassembly drawings.