construct "Rectangular" planes. Now select all the models including the plane by clicking on the figures triple times, then right click on the selected figures and choose "Intersect Faces" and choose "With Model" by mouse-over on this feature. Step 5: Delete the Middle Part between the Two Planes including the Planes
Click on the "Erase" button and erase the middle part first and then erase the two planes. Now convert each part to a separate component. To do this, select the object, right click on the selected object, and choose "Make a Component" option. Step 6: Joining the Two Parts and Make them One Component Click on the "Move" button and move them close to each other. Once the components are close, select both pieces, and then right click, and choose "Explode" this will make them one component. Step 7: Smoothing Edges and Cleanup Work In this step, you hide unnecessary lines to create a clear view. To do this, select the lines you don't want on your final model, then right click and select "Hide" option.
In addition while joining the two pieces there may be an open surface to create the surface connect lines using the line option. If you do this right, you endup something that looks like the following: Step 8: Converting SketchUp File to a STL File Go to "File" and then select "Export STL" and then give the file name and click on "Save". If you can't see this option, it means that you have not installed the plugin, so please go to the first step we discussed to install the plugin. After that, you will be able to see the plugin and complete this step The stl file can be install and Retrieved from "" This page was last modified on 4 December 2014, at 09:55. This page has been accessed 1,868 times. Content is available under GNU Free Documentation License 1.3 or later unless otherwise noted.
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