Join George Maestri for an in-depth discussion in this video Woodworking joints: Mortises and tenons, part of SketchUp: Tips & Tricks.
- [George] Hi, I'm George Maestri, and today…we're going to take a look at how to do…mortises and tenons in SketchUp.…This is a typical woodworking joint,…and let's take a look at how to…do this on this bed frame.…For this frame, if we look at it in x-ray view,…you'll see that while all the parts are there,…it's not really accurate because these…joints here are really just butt-ended joints.…There's really no mortise and tenon…in the actual parts, so this is just a mock-up.…
If we wanted to use this to create plans…or something, we'll actually have to…draw the mortises and the tenons.…Let's go ahead and do that.…I'm going to turn off x-ray mode and…let's go ahead and focus on this footboard here.…I'm going to go into my outliner and…you'll see that we have all of these posts here.…If we want we can select them here,…or we can select them in the viewport.…In fact, I'm going to go ahead and…select the headboard as well, and then…I'm going to right click over them and say hide.…
I just want to get them out of the way.…
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