SketchUp in a browser!

If you like TinkerCad and/or SketchUp, you can use a limited SketchUp in a browser. It will not allow you to save a SVG file but you can save in STL and convert in your favorite CAD program.

https://my.sketchup.com/app

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I tried the browser SU and feel that they removed a key feature “outlining”. This caused me to move to F360. I was willing to pay in the $100 range for the pro but they refused a reasonable hobby option. The compatibility with my CNC was another big reason for leaving.

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As noted in my Made by Makers post, I’m using this for all my designs (of sufficient complexity.) I like it, although it can be a bit more work than needed for more simple designs. But it is an excellent (free) program. The paid features I have yet to find a use for in woodworking, other than once tried to use the ‘union’ function (which pops-up an option to pay) but found an easy work-around for that. Basically, I didn’t see any ‘pay for’ features I cared about. But free works nice enough for now :slight_smile:

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