I’m currently a solidworks user but the price of sketchup is extreme ly appealing. Also, honestly for what I have to design I truly dont need the robust nature of solidworks. reverse phone lookup
That being said my friend has sketchup pro and mentioned he really enjoys it - so I’ve been playing with it and am finding somethings that seem really great and some things that I’m used to doing very fast that are going to take some learning haha. nba reddit
Specifically holes. At times I will need to do a 80mm counterbore hole which then has a 20.6 through hole, for a bolting detail.
In solidworks I have a full hole wizard to accomplish this - in sketch up so far this is my workflow and where I get stuck.