I’ve realized that I have a problem. A clutter problem. I have a bad habit of cluttering the right side of my table saw with anything and everything while I’m working at the table saw. A month or so ago I put a piece of scrap plywood across the top of a trash can directly to the right of my table saw to act as a shelf. It seemed to have worked in reducing clutter on the saw surface so I decided to make a dedicated shelf that will go directly to the right of my table saw station.
Because the project itself is incredibly easy I thought it would be an interesting idea to model the project in SketchUp from the same view. I’ll call it an exercise in visualization to see how the project will come together without being able to see all sides of the actual model.
Thanks Jay, very helpful. You are really good with your video production. Very clear and detailed.
Jay, you make it easy to understand SketchUp. If only I had the time to work with it. I will try it.
Jay, Nice Job Buddy ! Have you considered Creating an Overhead Table Saw Clutter Shelf since one usually has their Table Saw away from the wall, which is where you would have to place the one that you just shared ?
Nope. Never considered it. I wouldn’t want a shelf over the saw just in case something falls off.
Jay, really love your sketch up videos. You seem very proficient in its use. How did you get started with sketch up? Did you take a course, read a book, Watch a tutorial, what’s the best way in your opinion to get started?
Hey Dorald. A year or two before I found SketchUp I actually got an associates degree in Computer Aided Drafting and Design. We used SolidWorks for 3d modeling which is way more advanced than SketchUp. I have a huge SketchUp instructional video series you can check out: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoEggaYbboJEVR_uRhSO4LfiSpp41dXn_
Jay,did you get your CAD&D degree through collage or trade school?
NorthEast Mississippi Community College
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