- Product # 077864
- ISBN 978-1-60085-767-6
- Published Date 2012
- Pages 220
- Photos PDF eBook
- Drawings 525
Revolutionize the way you work with SketchUp. In just hours, Fine Woodworking’s Google SketchUp Guide for Woodworkers: Traditional Cabinets may forever change your approach to cabinetmaking. Start immediately with this eBook Download that helps you do all this and more:
- Expand your cabinetmaking knowledge and skills
- Create 3-D designs without expensive, hi-tech software
- Customize and develop cabinet plans using SketchUp
Create your own plans quickly and completely. Written by SketchUp pro Tim Killen, Traditional Cabinets walks you through the process of building projects in 3-D before going into the shop. These three examples range from simple to complex:
- Shaker-style wall cabinet with dovetail and mortise-and-tenon joinery
- Arts & Crafts display cabinet with leaded-glass doors
- Eighteenth-century period reproduction corner cabinet
Do more custom wood cabinetry with SketchUp, more easily. Along with learning how to produce precise joints and molding, you can also design hinges, latches, and pulls to complement your cabinetwork. Plus, you’ll master the art of directly developing a comprehensive package of shop drawings and learn how to modify a SketchUp design to create new pieces.
EXTRA: 16 videos enhance your total experience. With two hours of video tutorials, this must-have eBook is your ticket to mastering the use of SketchUp for cabinetmaking in ways you never dreamed possible. Finally, a versatile drawing tool that not only gets the job done, but works with your budget.
Download your eBook now.
- Well setup , good guide using all good woodworking practices. Review by jaap
The only minus point is that in the skp examples not all data is consistent. some dimensions are tangling, or ar in "text" instead of using the dimension tool.
good usage of components. Is compatible with Cutlist, after some manipulation.
Arts and Crafts cabinet: Drawer pull component not correctly placed.
Overall well recommended
(Posted on 9/20/15)
- Great Review by Moo
The other review citing "pretty good product - takes a lot of time to learn blah blah blah " is referring to SKETCHUP, not the e-book. These reviews should be for the BOOK. ALL software has a learning curve as does ALL of human endeavor, period. If somebody thinks the software will use itself they are sadly mistaken. THat said - you won't find anything more user-friendly than SketchUp Can it be complicated - yes - but it's 10% as complicated as the typical "CAD" software with a much smaller toolset to learn.
SketchUp is not a "pretty good" anything - it's a pioneering, earth-shattering approach to computer-aided design, and it deserves 10 stars out of 5. The e-Books Tim K. cooks up are equally high quality and deserve as many stars as you can give them. I hate these reviews that 1) Damn with faint praise ('pretty good') and are completely uninformed. Buy SketchUp Pro - it's worth 10x the $500 they ask for it - and seek out/purchase all of Tim' resources, which are also under-priced.
(Posted on 8/26/12)
- pretty good Review by john
Pretty good design product. Takes a lot of time/work to learn to use. That's just the nature of the beast.
(Posted on 6/1/12)
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