Join Scott Onstott for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding appliances, part of Designing a Tiny House with SketchUp.
- In this video we're going to build the…kitchen appliances which consist of…four different drawers representing the…refrigerators and dishwashers.…There's detailed cad information on…the ground as you can see.…Instead of trying to reinvent the wheel…I think it's better if we use this information directly.…I noticed that the edges of the…drawer front are curved.…I'm going to click on the sub floor…to select it and then press H to hide that.…
Then double click on the cad layer…to open that group for ending.…Zoom in.…Press L for the line tool and draw…a line across from there to there.…Then you can select the new surface…that was generated.…Cut it to the clipboard by pressing Command-X.…Zoom out and click outside the…group to close the cad layer.…Then zoom back in.…Press V to paste the contents of the clipboard in place.…
Then press M and move it up in the…blue direction by pressing the up arrow…and type 4-Enter to move that up 4 inches.…This leaves room for the kick down below.…Then press P and push pull this up…and click on the underside of the counter.…
In this course, author Scott Onstott shows step-by-step how to build a tiny house, including every virtual stud, sheet of plywood, and appliance going into the project. Along the way, he explores SketchUp features such as components, groups, layers, and textures. By building a house in SketchUp in this detailed manner, you can work out any unforeseen spatial conflicts in the design and virtually eliminate construction problems before you are in the field.
- Importing the house plan
- Framing the structure
- Laying studs and framing walls
- Adding plywood sheathing
- Paneling the roof
- Adding trim, windows, and siding
- Adding interior plywood
- Modeling windows and frames
- Designing the bed, cabinets, counters, and shower
- Adding furniture
- Modeling the trailer
- Animating the tiny house design
Skill Level Intermediate
SketchUp 2015 Essential Trainingwith George Maestri2h 54m Appropriate for all
SketchUp for Architecture: Fundamentalswith Paul J. Smith4h 49m Intermediate
SketchUp for Architecture: LayOutwith Paul J. Smith6h 17m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Framing the Structure
3. Sheathing the Exterior
4. Applying Exterior Trim, Windows, and Siding
5. Working on the Interior
6. Designing the Slide Out
7. Integrating Built-in Features
8. Adding Furniture
9. Modeling the Trailer and Animating the Tiny House
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