How do I use components in SketchUp?
Create a component
- Select the geometry you want to include in your component.
- Choose Edit > Make Component from the menu bar, or context-click the selection and choose Make Component.
- In the Definition box, type a meaningful name for your component.
- In the Description box, add a short description of your component.
Can I add on component in SketchUp?
SketchUp components enable you to reuse objects. For example, pretty much every building has at least one door and window. Instead of modeling these common objects, you can insert a component that someone else has already made. Like all geometry in SketchUp, a component is still made of edges and faces.
What is the difference between groups and components in SketchUp?
By definition, a Group is a single instance of a collection of geometry. A Component is a named collection of geometry that can exist at multiple locations within the model. Each instance is a repetition of all others. A change to one instance changes all other instances.
How to create components in Google SketchUp?
Create a component. When you create a component, you can create it right in your model or in a separate SketchUp file. Either way, you use the Create Component dialog box, as shown in the following figure. Follow these steps to create a component: Select the geometry you want to include in your component.
Do you have to buy Google SketchUp?
You pay once when you start and you’re entitled to use all the features contained within your chosen SketchUp Subscription for one full year. Unless you have purchased a subscription that does not automatically renew (or via invoice), at the end of your term, it will automatically renew for an equal term at the then-current price.
How to add components in SketchUp?
Select Window > Components to open the Components panel.
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