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Author Topic: SketchUp at Heartwood  (Read 544 times)

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Offline bmike

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SketchUp at Heartwood
« on: March 10, 2014, 01:26:50 pm »
I'm teaching 2 SketchUp sessions at the Heartwood School this year.

First up is my 'intro' class - we focus on how SketchUp can be used for timber framing - but really everything we learn can apply to furniture and architecture. The class has a limited capacity so I can focus attention on everyone that signs up - we have a few slots left. The class runs June 5-7.

I'm teaching a 'Pro' class that will focus on LayOut September 26-27. We'll be working with SketchUp Pro + LayOut and working with templates, layers, reference models and techniques for getting your 3d work into 2d presentation or construction drawings.

More information on the Heartwood website:

I took my first timber framing course at Heartwood back in... 1999 or so, and continue to build fond memories of the schoolhouse, Michele's wonderful lunches, and the amazing people I've met through the school.
Mike Beganyi Design and Consulting, LLC

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Re: SketchUp at Heartwood
« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2014, 03:54:54 pm »
Thanks for posting.

Her lunches are great.

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Re: SketchUp at Heartwood
« Reply #2 on: March 11, 2014, 08:36:35 am »
I've taken Mike's pro class, and it was great.