Where is the tape measure on SketchUp?
You can find SketchUp’s Tape Measure tool in the Tools menu or via the Getting Started, Construction or Large Toolset toolbar.
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How do I draw a line in SketchUp with dimensions?
Here’s how to draw a line:
- Select the Line tool ( ) on the toolbar (or press the L key). The cursor changes to a pencil.
- Click to set the starting point of your line. …
- Click to set the line’s end point. …
- (Optional) To make your line a precise length, type a value and press Enter (Microsoft Windows) or Return (macOS).
What is the most popular type of measuring tools usually 6 or 12 inches in length?
Rulers also differ in length; the most common type is the 6 to 12-inch ruler, which is commonly known as steel rule. It is a straight, flat, metal ruler that can either be rigid or flexible. It makes more precise and accurate measurements given the close distance of the markings to the target item being measured.
What action does the push or pull tool perform?
The Push/Pull tool is a simple creature; use it to extrude flat faces into 3D shapes. It works (like everything else in SketchUp) by clicking. You click a face once to start pushing/pulling it, move your cursor until you like what you see, and then click again to stop pushing/pulling. That’s it.
What is SketchUp Layout?
Sketchup Layout is designed to take the solid model from Google Sketchup Pro and convert it into orthographic views, presentation views and other working drawings. The user will use Google Sketchup Pro to create “Scenes” that will be equal to the orthographic views of a design (Front, Right Side, Left Side, Rear, etc.)