Creating a CUT-THROUGH Deck Diagram with SketchUp and Layout



In this video, learn how to use Layout to create a cut-through diagram of a deck from a SketchUp model!

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TIMESTAMPS
0:00 – Introduction
0:19 – Learn Layout with the Layout Course
0:33 – Deck diagram examples
0:48 – Selecting materials for diagram
1:45 – How to create a custom color in SketchUp
3:30 – Sending the file to Layout
4:09 – Why we need different scenes
5:17 – Setting up scenes/styles for Layout export
6:10 – Saving scenes for different parts of deck
7:05 – Updating Layout model reference
7:50 – Adding different view layers in Layout
9:00 – Removing the background from different layers
10:30 – Using clipping masks to hide parts of your model
12:55 – Using a section plane to hide part of a SketchUp model
13:29 – How to use document setup to update your model link
14:40 – How to add annotations to a Layout Document
15:35 – Learn Layout with the Course!

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