How do I select multiple components in SketchUp?
To select multiple objects, you can hold the shift key and click on them. To deselect some objects from your selection, you can hold the shift key and click on them again.
How do you write dimensions?
Here are some popular examples:
- Boxes: Length x Width x Height (See below)
- Bags: Width x Length (The width is always the dimension of the bag opening.)
- Labels: Length x Width.
How do I select a specific object in SketchUp?
Just click anything in your model to select it (while you’re using the Select tool, of course). To select more than one thing, hold down the Shift key while you click all the things you want to select. The Shift key works both ways when it comes to the Select tool.
How do you separate components in SketchUp?
Make Unique: Sometimes you want to make changes to only one or a few of the instances of a component in your model. In this case, select the instance(s) you want to edit, right-click one of them, and choose Make Unique from the context menu. This option turns the instances you selected into a separate component.
How do you select and delete in Sketchup?
To remove a single face, context-click the face and select Erase from the menu that appears. Delete selected geometry. To delete several edges and faces at once, use the Select tool to select all the geometry you want to erase, as shown in the following figure. Then context-click your selection and choose Erase.
How do I select a vertex in Sketchup?
before grabbing the endpoint you can hover over the edge itself > then press and hold down [Shift] > and only then grab the desired endpoint. This will constain moving the endpoint along its own edge. > move the endpoint > click and type the desired value and hit [Enter].
How do you hide dimensions in SketchUp?
- choose the tool,
- click on every point you want,
- r-click or “done” to end,
- drag mouse in a direction and click to place lined up dims.
Do assembly drawings have dimensions?
Generally, the only dimensions shown on assembly and subassembly drawings are those needed to assemble the parts, standard components, and subassemblies. Thus, dimensions needed solely to fabricate a part should not be shown on assembly or subassembly drawings.