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SpaceClaim is a solid modeling application with a goal similar to SketchUp: make a 3D mechanical design tool so easy that anyone can use it. We helped the SpaceClaim team read and write SKP files years ago, but their latest release is a big step forward for engineers who are looking to use SketchUp in their workflow. With SpaceClaim, engineers can convert conceptual designs in SketchUp’s native SKP format (which is optimized for fast performance) into precise solid models needed for mechanical design and manufacturing. As an example, SketchUp models usually convert to CAD programs as meshes, so holes end up being made of lots of little faces. SpaceClaim 3D Direct Modeling SpaceClaim 3D Direct Modeling
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QuadFaceTools (0.7.0b) — 08 February 2012 OverviewQuads and TopologyA big deal of organic modelling workflow spin around good topology of quads (faces with four vertices/edges). Quads allows for many very useful mesh operations, such as selection rings and loops. Quads are predictable which is why they are so useful. Many applications let you work with non-planar quads. QuadFaceTools (0.7.0b) — 08 February 2012
Welcome to the YouTube channel for School, a SketchUp Authorized Training Center. Our channel features episodes of The SketchUp Show, alongside other SketchUp, LayOut, and Google Earth tutorials that we've produced. Episodes of The SketchUp Show are also available on iTunes, and at TheSketchUpShow.com, where you'll find complete episodes at a higher resolution. If you're looking for additional training, check out our Pro Account memberships. For $29/month, you get: (1) Access to our entire online video library, which includes over 30 hours of additional tutorials on SketchUp, LayOut and Google Earth. Chaîne de 4sketchupgo2school Chaîne de 4sketchupgo2school