Import an AutoCAD file and turn it into a house. Use the 3 point rectangle to create door and window heads.
Sculpt a pencil holder and import an SVG file to attach to it, then 3D print it.
Make a terrain model with the Geolocation function, the Subtract solid tool, and the Terrain Volume and Slicer TIG extensions.
Use the Tape Measure to make guide lines, guide points, measure distances and scale the model.
Generate an interior elevation and section view from a model, then send to LayOut, scale, and print the scaled drawing.
Ways to use Follow me to make a door panel, beveled or curved edge on a table and rotate a profile.
This program is an interesting competitor to Tinkercad and Fusion, so I’m posting this company-made review if you’d like to check it out. It is a pay program with a 10 day free trial. A few bullet points: It’s browser-based. Continue reading Selfcad: 3D Modeling Software
Joint Push/Pull, Weld, Curve Maker and Draw Pipes from Lines. All very useful! And all available free from the SketchUp Extension Warehouse.
Use the Subtract tool from the Solid Toolbar and the Intersect with Model tool to cut a hole through a curved wall. Also covered is Paste-in-Place.
Convert a doodle sketch from JPG to SVG, import and model, and then 3D print