The Join tool enables you to glue the pieces together. Select the Join tool ( ), which you find on the default toolbar or by selecting Tools > Join. Click an edge in each piece with the Join tool cursor.
Can you group components in SketchUp?
With the Select tool ( ), select all the entities you want to include in your group. Select Edit > Group from the menu bar. Or context-click the selection and choose Group from the menu that appears. Everything in the selection becomes grouped within a bounding box.
How do you combine two rectangles in Sketchup?
Right-click on the selection and choose “Intersect.” From the options, choose “Intersect with Model.” Click off the object to deselect it. If you now triple-click on that area again, you will see that both of the objects you used are now selected, proving that they are now one merged object.
What are the 3 basic navigation tools?
Chuck Hawley explains how to use some basic traditional chart navigation tools. Circular parallel rules, parallel rules, rolling plotters, dividers, sextants, and star charts are discussed to help you understand their function in plotting a course for your next offshore boating trip.
How do you copy and align in SketchUp?
Here’s how to copy and paste in SketchUp:
- With the Select tool ( ), select the geometry you want to copy. See Selecting Geometry for tips on making selections.
- Select Edit > Copy from the menu bar. …
- Select Edit > Paste from the menu bar. …
- Click where you want to place the copied geometry.