In SketchUp, two Sandbox tools help you place objects on terrain: Drape tool: This tool enables you to transfer edges from a face onto your terrain, so that the. 1 Feb - 5 min - Uploaded by procadsys SketchUp Beginner Tips Series. SketchUp - How to use the Drape Tool. procadsys. Loading. 15 May - 6 min - Uploaded by TheSketchUpEssentials In this video, learn to create a pattern on a dome using the Sandbox Tools drape option.
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The Drape tool in SketchUp works a little like a cookie cutter; use it to transfer edges from an object down onto another surface, which is directly beneath it. then restarting Sketchup] ### Usage: Menu > 'Tools' > 'Super Drape' OR Menu > View > Toolbar > 'Super Drape' [initially deactivated] ###. Discover ideas about Google Sketchup. This video demonstrates how to use the Drape tool to project edges onto a terrain. Google Sketchup.