How do you add dimension labels in SketchUp?

Tools > Dimensions on the menu bar….To create dimensions, follow these steps:

  1. Select the Dimension tool ( ).
  2. Click the starting point of your dimension.
  3. Move the cursor along the entity you want to dimension until the inference engine highlights your desired ending point.
  4. Click the ending point of your dimension.

How do I make measurements visible in SketchUp?

Click the Tape Measure icon ( ). At the prompt, move your cursor over the beginning point for your measurement and click. Move your cursor over the second point of your measurement and click. A measurement appears on your model, as shown in yellow in the following figure.

Where is the measurement box in SketchUp?

It is normally in the lower right corner of the screen. If it is not there, make sure you have SketchUp set to full screen. Go to View >Toolbars and uptick Measurements.

How do you add dimensions in LayOut?

You can just go to the Layers panel, right-click on the “dimensions” layer, and click on “Select Entities”, and that will select all the objects on that layer, (all your dimensions). With the dimensions easily selected, you can then go to the Text panel, and change the font however you’d like.

How do you create a Cutlist?

Create the Cut List

  1. Create a view of the assembly and create a parts list for it.
  2. Select the part list and apply the “Cut List” style to it.
  3. Right click and Edit the Part List.
  4. Sort the Part List by Stock Number and then by Part Number.

Why can’t I type dimensions in SketchUp?

You can only type in a measurement while you’re drawing, regardless of which version of SketchUp you’re using. For example, if I want to draw a line that’s specifically 3′ long, I would use the line tool, click a starting point and before I click an end point, I would type 3′ and then hit enter.

Why can’t I enter measurements in SketchUp?