Difference between revisions of "SketchUp on a Chromebook"

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# Under the file menu, choose "Export," then "DXF," then "2D"
 
# Under the file menu, choose "Export," then "DXF," then "2D"
 
# Choose 1:1, leave all other options as default
 
# Choose 1:1, leave all other options as default
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# Press "Export" at the bottom
 
# Wait a moment, then a download option will appear at the top
 
# Wait a moment, then a download option will appear at the top
# Put this file on a thumb drive to import to the laser software
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# Put this file on a thumb drive, or save to your Google Drive, to import to the laser software

Revision as of 17:22, 8 October 2019

Preparation/Installation

  1. Log in with your @tsas.org email address
  2. Go to your mail box, then click the Google Apps button: inline
  3. Click "More" at the bottom, then inline
  4. See Stallings if there is not a SketchUp option, but ensure first that you are using your @tsas.org email

Drawing

Export for Laser Cutting

  1. Select the search button inline
  2. Type and choose "Parallel Projection." This will make your drawing one-dimensional
  3. Search again for "Top" to display your image from the correct orientation
  4. Under the file menu, choose "Export," then "DXF," then "2D"
  5. Choose 1:1, leave all other options as default
  6. Press "Export" at the bottom
  7. Wait a moment, then a download option will appear at the top
  8. Put this file on a thumb drive, or save to your Google Drive, to import to the laser software