Met de Fredo Roundcorner plugin voor Sketchup kun je rondingen maken in hoeken van je model.
Sketchup compatibiliteit: SketchUp 7+, getest en werkend met SketchUp 2014, SketchUp 2015
Installatie van Sketchup plugins/tools/libraries: Sketchup info
Tools > Fredo6 Collection > RoundCorner
RoundCorner performs the rounding of the edges and corners of 3D shapes along a 2D profile, in 3 modes: Round corners, Sharp corners and Bevel. RoundCorner also supports concave corners (always rendered as Round) and non-orthogonal edge faces. Corners can have 2, 3, or more edges.
How it works
RoundCorner is a simple tool with a few (sort of) complicated settings. At its simplest, here’s what it does:
Click on an icon in the Round Corner toolbar to activate one of the “modes”: Round, Sharp or Bevel.
RoundCorner can make rounded edges with round or sharp corners. It can also make bevels (far right).
Pick the edges you want to round by clicking them. Click again to deselect an edge. You can also click a face to select all of its edges, or a vertex (where endpoints meet) to select its connected edges.
Pick edges, faces or vertices.
Press Tab on your keyboard to bring up the Parameters dialog box. Enter an offset distance and the number of facets (segments) your new rounded edges should have. Click OK to close the dialog box.
Use the Parameters dialog box to specify an offset and a number of sides. Using a small number of sides yields more usable models.
Increasing the number of sides on your rounded corners increases your face count exponentially.
When you’re ready, click somewhere in empty space to run the script.