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how the fuck do i get this trim to follow around the corner. shits driving me up the fuckin wall.
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>>517839
I haven't used google sketch up since version 5, but i believe if you want to copy something you'll need to take that entire side and then rotate it 90 degrees and then stitch it in.
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> a360
Use Max or Maya or atleast Blender jesus fucking christ. All of them are free to use now.
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>>517842
using inventor cuz my employer uses it and i can get a key from them. why not right?
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>>517840
i got it. i rotated the feature 90 degrees using the axis on the inside of the corner.
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I've been learning how to use Inventor for non-3DCG purposes, and I'm wondering if CAD softwares are ever used to model interiors/props. It seems to hold an edge over maya/max for certain things thanks to the neat sketch and projection system.



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