In this week’s SketchUp extension of the week, check out Curic Space – an extension designed to help you with spacing out your objects in SketchUp!
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Curic space is an extension that gives you several different options for spacing objects evenly within SketchUp.
The simplest function of Curic space is to select multiple different objects, then select the axis along which you’d like your objects to be spaced. You can type in a value to adjust the spacing.
Note that just like the move tool, you can keep entering new spacing values as long as you don’t click out of the tool. In addition, you can also space across multiple axes by clicking on a new axis and typing in a value.
Curic space also contains an object duplication tool. To activate it, simply click on a single instance of an object, then click on the Curic Space icon. You can type in the number of copies you’d like to make, click on an axis, and then type in a spacing. Note that you can go back and space them across multiple axes.
You can also use curic space to space objects around a curve by drawing a circle, selecting your objects, and clicking on it.