How do you make a smooth cylinder in SketchUp?

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How do you make a shape smooth in SketchUp?

How to Smooth Unsightly Edges in SketchUp

  1. Use the Eraser. To smooth edges with the Eraser tool, hold down the Ctrl key (Option on the Mac) while you click or drag over the edges you want to smooth.
  2. Use the Soften Edges panel.

How do you curve edges in Sketchup?

Adding Round Corners in Sketchup

  1. Round Corner. We did this by using a Freedo6 plugin called “round corner.” This plugin is useful for quickly rounding corners in Sketchup and adding unique beveled edges. …
  2. Rounding Parameters > Offset. Double click on the object you want to round the corners of. …
  3. Render.

How do you make a perfect circle in Sketchup?

To draw a circle, follow these steps:

  1. On the toolbar, select the Circle tool ( ) from the drop-down menu next to the Rectangle tool. …
  2. Click to place the center point of the circle. …
  3. Click to place the center point of the circle. …
  4. Move the cursor out from the center point to define the circle’s radius.
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What tools is used to create a cylinder in SketchUp?

With the Circle tool, draw a circle. Use the Push/Pull tool to extrude the circle into a cylinder.

How do you combine two cylinders in SketchUp?

Intersecting two cylinders not a solid

  1. Create a cylinder.
  2. Copy cylinder.
  3. Rotate cylinder 90 degrees.
  4. Move the cylinder into the other cylinder.
  5. Run solid inspector.
  6. Fix all. Note the cylinder disappears.

How does the Follow Me tool work in Sketchup?

Just select the face and then use Follow Me; the tool automatically runs all the way around any face you have selected. You can use Follow Me another way, too: Instead of preselecting a path, you can click any face with Follow Me and attempt to drag it along the edges in your model.

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