Suggest way to correct. I did just one side but this should work for
others. Make bottom and front components. Then do a section slice at
the side front/back interface, context click and turn that slice into
group. You can then select the draw side and make it a component and
do a mirror about center, -1 scale, and that should get what you want.
You can explode all back if you want. Also you can just redraw the
On Oct 2, 4:25 pm, mac1 <mac7...@comcast.net> wrote:
> Have not spent much time but my eyes say there is a miss match between
> the draw dado and the guides. Form top of draw to top of dado is 1
> 9/16 but in draw pocket it meas 1 1/4 ??
> On Oct 2, 2:27 pm, HappySenior <dwlawre...@bresnan.net> wrote:
> > Per advice read and a link on another thread, I uploaded my file tohttp://sketchup.googlegroups.com/web/Room%20divider%20desk%20unit.skb....
> > The file is an .skb file labeled room divider desk unit.skb.
> > I have not been able to upload a file to 3D Warehouse despite
> > following the instructions "Uploading a model to the 3D Warehouse."
> > The third step says a "sign in" page will appear and contains note
> > that if already signed in, "upload your model to 3D Warehouse" page
> > appears and the name of the account appears at the top-right of the
> > page. This does not happen! I get a blank page titled "3D Warehouse"
> > with a clicking sound like it is trying to do a hard drive search.
> > This page contains two arrow icons and the home icon. The only active
> > icon is the home icon which takes the user to the main page for
> > downloading models. There is no mention of uploading on this page.
> > I am beginning to wonder about my Happy Senior alias...
> > Don
> > On Oct 1, 1:14 pm, ronski <rona...@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
> > > Hi HappyS
> > > Do as Mac1 says -re Uploading Files - BUT you must
> > > be signed in first, then at the top right of this page click Files and
> > > it will say Files + upload....
> > > Good luck
> > > Ron
> > > On Oct 1, 5:28 am, HappySenior <dwlawre...@bresnan.net> wrote:
> > > > Mac, Thanks for trying to help.
> > > > I designed the drawers as a separate object on the layer as the desk
> > > > unit. Originally, I separately created both of them as groups.
> > > > Per your info, I revised them as components, I have tried uploading
> > > > them to 3D Warehouse using the SU instructions for uploading a
> > > > component.
> > > > After signing in, nothing happened.
> > > > Also, I went to my SU home page and did not see a files upload option
> > > > at the near top right.
> > > > Incidentally, if I select either component and right click, the "reset
> > > > scale" option is grayed out.
> > > > I'll try to upload my model again tomorrow, after the frustration
> > > > dissipates...
> > > > Don
> > > > On Sep 30, 2:00 pm, mac1 <mac7...@comcast.net> wrote:
> > > > > SU 7+ has a feature called auto intersect. Your problem maybe this
> > > > > feature. You should make the draws a component such that they are
> > > > > separate form the rest of the desk geo. The scaling issue I don't
> > > > > quite understand. Can you post your model so everyone can see and
> > > > > comment. you may want to select your geo and select reset scale if you
> > > > > think there is a problem there. This is only available for components
> > > > > and I doubt is your problem. To upload a file go to the home page and
> > > > > you will see the files option at the near top right
> > > > > On Sep 30, 1:37 pm, HappySenior <dwlawre...@bresnan.net> wrote:
> > > > > > A question from the Montana Senior Citizen newbie:
> > > > > > I have designed a desk unit with drawers as part of a room divider.
> > > > > > The drawers were created on the same level as the desk unit in the
> > > > > > free version of SketchUp 7. The design includes drawer guides.
> > > > > > My problem is that I want the drawers to fit inside the desk and I
> > > > > > can't get the pieces to mate so that I could have scenes with the
> > > > > > drawers both open and closed.
> > > > > > I realize that I can "cheat" by just creating dummy fronts for the
> > > > > > drawers.Should the drawers be left as a stand-alone version?
> > > > > > This seems really to be a scaling problem. It appears that SU has
> > > > > > represented the desk unit in a different scale than the drawers. All
> > > > > > measurements in the designs are correct and should integrate.
> > > > > > As always, any help provided is appreciated.