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|Main action||Extrudes a face along a Line path|
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Select View > Customize Toolbar or context-click the toolbar and select Customize Toolbar from the menu that appears. You see the dialog box shown in the following figure, which contains all of SketchUp's tools. To add a tool, drag it to the toolbar. To remove a tool, drag it off the toolbar.... see more ›
The first way to use the follow me tool is by selecting it from the toolbar and tracing it along the edge of your window frame to create an extrusion. If you do not have the toolbar, right-click on the top menu and select “edit.” Then from the toolbar, select the follow me tool.... see more ›
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The Follow Me tool requires two things: A face, usually a profile of the object we will extrude and a path for the profile to follow along for the extrusion. The path is just a series of edges, either straight or curved or a combination of both.... see more ›
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It goes a little like this;
- Select the object to be mirrored.
- Copy and duplicate the object (CTRL + Move)
- Position the duplicate.
- Click on the duplicate object and scale negatively to create the required mirror image.