After using SketchUp Pro for some time now and watching many tutorials on YouTube, I started my actual floor plan I was working on earlier from scratch. This time I made use of the tips I found online, and the help from the forum. But I’m stuck again at grouping, just as before.
So I have an outer wall, an air gap, inner wall and some insulation against the wall. I wanted to have them all in my model because it makes it more clear what the actual wall is made off. I was able to make all of the walls, but when grouping them, I’m unsure whether I should only add the face, both lines (or side faces in 3D?), or a single line.
What I did was triple click while holding shift to select all the outer walls first, then group them and tag them. Then again for the other wall and insulation. However, I’ve noticed when going in 3D (by pulling up), the side faces of the inner wall belongs to the insulation or vice-versa. Also another thing I’ve noticed, the line in between the inner wall and the insulation is “shared”. So which tag/group would this belong to to make sense? Or should I actually draw 2 lines there?
Attached is my file, feel free to ask more information as needed.
updated.skp (396.5 KB)