Create sloped walkways & parking lot ramps in seconds:
1. Scale from floor to floor.
2. Adjust the slope.
3. Add extensions up and down with a couple of clicks.
Learn about FlexTools’ main features and a few practical applications in this overview from The SketchUp Essentials.Read More
Learn how to combine flex components to create new types of windows (and doors) and save them for later use. In the example above you’ll see how to make a Fixed+Awning flex window combination. Step by step from the video Turn on the Place Upright toggle. – This way new components that you place…Read More
What’s New 3 new Flex Windows: Hopper / Awning Casement Single Fixed Window How to create Combination Windows A couple of bug fixes and a small correction to one of the minimal doors. The Hopper / Awning Window With this new Flex window, you can create a simple Hopper. Change one setting and it’s an…Read More
Model a house in minutes! A new video by Justin from The Sketchup Essentials shows how to build a house in no time using FlexTools and Tig Roof.Read More
Finding components just got even easier! To kick-start 2019 we are releasing an important update to Component Finder so you can find not only components on your hard drive, but also inside your models. Yes, similar to the In-Model view in Sketchup’s component browser, but with the powerful features you are used to: quick search,…Read More
Meet the new Double-Hung Flex window component. Check out the video above to see it in action.Read More
Meet The New FlexSlider Window/Door! Open/Close each sash by clicking on it with the interact tool. Show/Hide the sides/top/bottom of the frame by clicking on them to create combinations of window arrangements. Customize the Sashes There are more options inside each of the sashes – go into the sash component by double clicking twice…Read More
We’ve recently made some important changes to the FlexTools packages. Over the past year, we have released numerous additions and updates, and we have many more in the pipeline! Rather than wait for new components and tools to accumulate, and release them as a ‘new yearly package’, we’ve decided that to better serve you, the…Read More
Keeping attribute name length under 10-13 characters This may sound ridiculous, but for quite a while now, my entire Dynamic Components coding M.O. revolved around making sure all of my DC attribute names were under 10-13 characters long. If the names were longer, they would start wrapping to the next line. That’s bearable when…Read More