Google SketchUp Tutorial: Make a truncated cone (the third way)

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In this way the most complicated Google SketchUp Tutorial than others. Even with experience may rarely use this method to create a truncated cone. Much easier to use the Follow Me tool or Scale tool method. To use this method, you must set up cones and one other field. Create a group for that field. Then use these fields to cut off part of the cone. For clarity, please refer to the following Google Sketchup interactive tutorial. Please...

Sep
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Google SketchUp Tutorial: Make a truncated cone (the second way)

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This Google SketchUp Tutorial is a continuation of Make a truncated cone (the first way). Now I show how to create a truncated cone in other way, use Follow Me tool to create a truncated cone. Should be prepared a trapezoid and a circle as shown in the picture. For more clearly, follow the interactive tutorial below. Please note, because it is an interactive tutorial so you need to click the Play/Next button (and following button)...

Sep
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Google SketchUp Tutorial: Making a 3D ball

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Make a ball shape with Google SketchUp is not hard, but could not immediately so. Take several steps to make it. First need to be made of two circles are perpendicular to each other. Then use the Follow Me Tool to form a ball. For more details, please follow the following interactive tutorial. Please note, because it is an interactive tutorial so you need to click the Play/Next button (and following button) manually. Google SketchUp...

Sep
8

Google SketchUp Tutorial: Make a truncated cone (the first way)

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There are several ways can be used to create a truncated cone with Google SketchUp. The first way is to use scale tool combined with the use of Ctrl (Control) key on the keyboard. Ctrl key is useful to center the top of the cone still in the middle. Selection the top surface. Use scale tool, and use it on one corner. For more clearly, please follow this interactive tutorial below. Please note, because it is an interactive tutorial so...

Sep
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