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    Google SketchUp - Not your average CAD

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    Post by Admin on Mon Nov 23, 2009 8:04 pm

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    If you've ever tried to learn a CAD program you would know it is not for a weak stomach. The learning curves can drive you nuts and with the countless updates the interface changes and it's all over again.

    SketchUp on the other hand has a very unique and intuitive tool set and an easy to follow video tutorial database that will have your project designs up and running in a matter of minutes....literally! Very Happy

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    The Tutorial section that I spoke of can be found here... Video Tutorials

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    The jewel of Google's SketchUp, it's dedicated 3D Model Database where you can share your work, view and download other peoples work, as well as combine your effort with others and work on a project together.

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    Post by Ivo on Tue Jan 12, 2010 3:18 am

    Recently I had to learn to work with a few new machines at work and with them came a few new tools...check it out.

    Interestingly this thing works with SketchUp just as well Smile
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