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SketchUp Sketchup Components Collection (SCC) Discussion

Discussion in 'Modding' started by jezmck, 25 Nov 2003.

  1. tominated

    tominated New Member

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    Omgwtfbbq! Awesome!!!!
     
  2. Aterius Gmork

    Aterius Gmork smell the ashes

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    Does Kerkythea work with it? Is it any better than Version 6? Didn't get time to try but some things sound intriguing. :naughty:
     
  3. bentleya

    bentleya Lian Li Snail :)

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    yerp it is worth getting and yerp it does work with Kerkythea
     
  4. Nexxo

    Nexxo * Prefab Sprout – The King of Rock 'n' Roll

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    Definitely worth it. SketchUp 7 has really been cleaned up. It works faster in Vista (thank God), the snap points are more easily evoked, and lines now intersect and snap to surfaces properly. Moreover, guide points and lines in the context of an object are now also properly acknowledged when drawing outside the context of that object.

    It makes for a lot easier and intuitive working. I knocked out the design for Ada in about an hour.
     
  5. tranc3

    tranc3 ADHD Modder

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    Wow i didn't know 7 was out, I've been working with the old stuff. installing it tonight. I may be uploading some models to mother board, heat sink, ram kinda things.
     
  6. jezmck

    jezmck Well-Known Member

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    sounds good :)
     
  7. ricickle

    ricickle Reamer

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    Anyone know where i can get a sketchup model of the Coolermaster cosmos s I've searched this thread and Google and found nothing.
     
  8. Aterius Gmork

    Aterius Gmork smell the ashes

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    Not at all. Gotta do one yourself. :p
    I'd also be willing to help you out if you are kind enough to send me one. ;)
     
  9. ricickle

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    Ill give it a go maybe
    only ever used sketchup to place components in case etc to plan for mods.
     
  10. jezmck

    jezmck Well-Known Member

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    take the next step!
     
  11. Asulc

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    Ok, so I am going to be modding a Silverstone ft01 this coming year if all goes well. However, I would like to do my planning in Sketchup. I am having trouble converting the TJ-07 to an FT01... I dunno if this is a good way to start my model, but it seems easier to me. One problem that I am having is getting the interior redesigned. Any help anyone could give me would be awesome! Better yet, if one of you sketchup gurus could design it for me yourself, I would be forever in your debt!
     
  12. jezmck

    jezmck Well-Known Member

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    I've been informed that the Key Switch by Ravimade is no longer available, has anybody got the file?
    I'd like to re-add it if possible, rather than have to delete it from the collection.
     
  13. Asulc

    Asulc Member

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    I have been working more on converting the TJ-07 to an FT01. But I am stuck.
    I cant seem to find an easy way to get the width right. I don't know how to upload my sketchup file, but if someone could help me with that or tell me how to do it, that would be great.

    Edit: Here is a picture of where I currently am.
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    The dimensions of the case are still that of the TJ-07.
     
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  14. tominated

    tominated New Member

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    a cool thing with sketchup to help with that is if you look side on to the case, you can just select the lines and use the move tool - it'll move not just the lines, but the faces also. If you want, i'll give is a bash.
     
  15. scooby

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    @Asulc, whats the width?

    I did the TJ-07 in grouped sections, so it shouldn't be that hard to covert. Just do it a section at a time.





    Scooby:thumb:
     
  16. Asulc

    Asulc Member

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    @tominated, I would appreciate any help! Thank you for the offer!

    @scooby, 211mm (w), 486mm (h), 494.5 (d)

    I know that you can use the move tool and it should work fairly well. However, on the edges of the case where the ridge is, I can't seem to be able to move all of that in...
     
  17. FrooP

    FrooP can I eat this?

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    [​IMG]

    do want model?
     
  18. jezmck

    jezmck Well-Known Member

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    ya bitte!
    Looks great.
     
  19. KayinBlack

    KayinBlack Currently Rebuilding

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    7's great. I've gone back to block designing with it...
     
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    FrooP can I eat this?

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