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#32211 - 04/15/14 12:28 PM Sketchup teaching
harvey_frame Offline
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Registered: 05/28/13
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hello:Im a hobby TF with too many Mefall tools,my own mill which I use to cut timber from standing dead Fir here in BC,but I would like to play with the Sketchup for TF.Have very little computer knowhow.What would be great is to find someone to give a possible workshop here in area(major log building area ln BC),or some one on one trainig,I can travel and would be happy to pay for time.If this is something.may be of intrest call 250 397 2073 or email me at harveyframe@gmail.com thanks Harvey

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#32212 - 04/15/14 01:18 PM Re: Sketchup teaching [Re: harvey_frame]
bmike Offline
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Registered: 01/09/08
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Loc: Burlington, VT
If you have a fast internet connection I may be able to help online through a GoToMeeting setup I've been testing out.

I have another potential student in BC area. Would LOVE to come out and teach. But its pretty $$$$$$ for me to do so from Vermont, unless we had a larger group, and made a 3-4 day class.

If you can make the trip east, I am teaching at Heartwood in June:
http://www.heartwoodschool.com/coursefr.html
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#32524 - 08/08/14 03:15 PM Re: Sketchup teaching [Re: harvey_frame]
Joseph_dandrea Offline
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Registered: 07/29/14
Posts: 8
Loc: Knox County Ohio
I find TeamViewr to be a much more stable option than go to meeting...

I also find Sketch up to be clunky. I however have a .edu e-mail account so I get autodesk inventor for free. Though that is an 8 gig download and takes a decently powerful computer to run. I really need to learn SketchUp seems to be the industry standard It's just kinda hard to go from a refined and powerful product like autodesk to sketchup so it is mainly a mater of my own will power.

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