New to the forum and new to Sketchup. I am pretty excited about what I have been able to accomplish so far. I was wondering if any of you have used Sketchup for packaging design. I have been working with ArtiosCAD for a few years designing packaging and displays out of corrugated paper. Specifically I would like to be able to write scripts to create drawings of some often used designs based on length, width and depth. Is it possible to create a material in Sketchup of a particular thickness that will fold to certain tolerances? I have little programming experience but am a motivated student. Is this something that has been done in Sketchup? Is there an easier way to fold along a line than with the rotate tool? I have made this work but ran into some problems.
I didn’t find the right solution from the internet.
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