I just finished some renderings and an animation of a space that included a hallway, common area, and 2 kids’ bedrooms. The model was done in SketchUp and then exported as an animation with Podium Walker.
I am happy to announce some new training dates through April. Also, look forward to training in Chicago as well as monthly webinars. Membership-based tutorials will be released in the next month.
This years has flown by so quickly. Since March, I trained in several cities, webinars, and private company trainings and am finally taking a break for a few weeks. I’m in the process of recording and finalizing several video tutorials that will become available by the end of the year. I’m also running a sale for the remaining 3 classes in December in Philadelphia, New York City, and Washington, DC. Also, 2015 classes will remain on sale to the end of the year as an early bird special! The full 2 Day Classes will be onsale for $500 instead of the regularly priced $595.
This semester at Harcum, I will be assisting one of my students, Elly Ball, in an independent study. The course will look into various new and advanced technologies that are reshaping the way designers gather data, design, and present their work. [av_image src=’https://sketchuptrainer.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/2014-08-31-10.21.45-187×300.jpg’ attachment=’546′ attachment_size=’medium’ align=’left’ animation=’left-to-right’ link=” target=” styling=” caption=” font_size=” appearance=” av_uid=’av-d1d0u’][/av_image] [av_one_full first av_uid=’av-8loke’]Last week, we began by 3D scanning the library space at Harcum College. In the next coming weeks, Elly will take the 3D scanning data and 3D model the space using the Trimble Scan Explorer Extension for SketchUp. Lastly, she’ll 3D print a scale model of the space. I’m really excited to see the process and explore the use of the various technologies within my own workflow.[/av_one_full]
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3D Printing is becoming more and more popular and easier than ever to do on your own. SketchUp has always been known as a quick and easy 3D modeling program to help visualize ideas. The process for 3D printing is not well documented and depending on the complexity of the file; users can quickly get frustrated that their beloved model doesn’t print how they wanted it. 3D Printing with SketchUp offers a great overview to ensure a successful and effecient 3D printed object. Chapters are broken up into small exercises that then build up to a larger project with step by step information. Personally, I tend to avoid trying to read a manual or book for software training because I prefer to see the step by step instructions in a video tutorial. However, the steps and detailed instructions help to clarify important workflows specific to 3D printing. I found myself highlighting key …
I am very excited to travel out west for the UNM-Taos Sustainability Institute: Humanitarian Design Seminar through August 5-8, 2014 Four days of lectures, movies and workshops with seven speakers from around the world showcasing effective sustainable humanitarian design. I will be giving a workshop and demo throughout the day on Wednesday. You can find out more info about the event at http://sustaintaos.com
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be reviewing the latest book from Packt Publishing: 3D Printing with SketchUp. [av_image src=’https://sketchuptrainer.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Screenshot-2014-06-20-08.38.50-241×300.png’ attachment=’173′ align=’left’ animation=’left-to-right’ link=’manually,http://http://www.packtpub.com/3d-printing-with-sketchup/book?utm_source=Create.com&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=3D%20Printing%20with%20SketchUp’ target=’_blank’ styling=” caption=” font_size=” appearance=” av_uid=’av-7qkok’][/av_image]