My job is to post weekly, here on the American Woodworker Contributor's Blogs, on a SketchUp topic I think will be of interest to the readers. I would very much like to encourage readers to suggest topics of interest and to make this SketchUp blog an interactive and helpful tool. American Woodworker has provided me the technology to assist SketchUp users through the written word, graphics and video, but I need your assistance to decide which topics to cover. So if you have a topic you would like covered, an area of SketchUp that is giving you trouble, or an area you would like to become more proficient in, please contact me with your recommendation in one of the following ways:
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