One of the most experienced SketchUp trainers out there, Mr. James Ogston from SEE-IT-3D.co.uk hosted a 3 part webinar where he shows how to build the SketchUp 2020 brand model ‘From Inception to Completion’ using modeling techniques and strategies he has developed over the years of teaching SketchUp.Read More
– New component FlexWindow Arch released!
– ComponentFinder thumbnails in SketchUp 2020.1 are back to their normal 3D view.
– Traditional Chinese and French translations updated
There is something romantic about arched windows… till it’s time to model them!😉
The new FlexWindow Arch component makes the whole process easier and faster – Scale the component, or specify it’s width and height, and the arch is automatically calculated.Read More
– New FlexDoor Glass component
– New material settings
– New dynamic door handles
01/05/2020 – Update ✅ Bug Fixed Among many new features, bells and whistles the bug is fixed in Sketchup 2020.1 We’ve received multiple reports that in Sketchup 2020 ComponentFinder thumbnails are being saved in top view only. Ouch! This happens when saving through the API and also when doing a Right Click > Save…Read More
We’ve received many requests, and we’re finally glad to introduce FlexTools for Students! A student license is a fully working FlexPack Pro license valid for 1 year, at a student-friendly price. It can be purchased by students and by faculty members as well. It must not be used for any kind of commercial work.…Read More
As with every new release of Sketchup, this year too, FlexTools is fully compatible to work with Sketchup 2020. Not only does it work, it works faster!
It looks like the Sketchup team have been busy doing some work ‘under the hood’, making Sketchup run…Read More
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
Render by MatthB One of the intentions for Flex components is to use them as a basis that you can then customize further. Add details, add materials and when you’re done customizing, save them aside with ComponentFinder for later use. MatthB recently shared some very impressive customized flex components, he also showed how he…Read More