I uploaded Techo Bloc Maya Steps to Sketchup 3D Warehouse

cameronderzack

LawnSite Member
Location
pittsburgh, pa
Hey guys,

I was able to get me hands on the cad drawings for the Maya steps then I transfered them to sketchup, made them 3d, and then uploaded them to the 3d Warehouse.

The Title of them is: Techo Bloc Maya Steps

They go left to right and top to bottom A,B,C,D

They pivot awesome and make getting a curve to your steps very easy.
 

DVS Hardscaper

LawnSite Fanatic
Location
County Jail
I have yet to play with sketch up. Seems to be the way to go!
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shovelracer

LawnSite Silver Member
Location
North Jersey
Thanks for the work. I played with them some. I was having trouble picking up faces. I think some of the bottom edges are not 100% planar. Either way thanks. Here is my lunch break time spent well. Modeled in SU and thrown into RLP12 for plants and mulch. I'm new to SU and have not got around to sandbox or much else.

gazebo sketch 2.jpg
 

dalesykes1

LawnSite Member
Thanks for the work. I played with them some. I was having trouble picking up faces. I think some of the bottom edges are not 100% planar. Either way thanks. Here is my lunch break time spent well. Modeled in SU and thrown into RLP12 for plants and mulch. I'm new to SU and have not got around to sandbox or much else.

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You are doing much better then me. How do you get the Techo Bloc patterns into SU. I downloaded Techo patterns but can seem to find how to import to apply textures?
 

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