New to the community but have been a big fan of sketchup for many years now. I like to use the program to put ideas on screen to work out issues on various projects i have around the house and shop and it has always been an extremely useful tool. Today I ran into a huge issue… so I bought a new truck recently and it has been wrecked, the front bumper makes so much noise that its nearly intolerable going down the road. So I thought… Hey, Instead of going out and buying an aftermarket offroad bumper, that weighs a ton and doesn’t necessarily fit what i had in mind, I’ll sit down in front of sketchup and design exactly what I want. I shot by the local fab shop and asked if I sent them a cut list could they bang out some 1/8" plate for me, and they said it wouldn’t be an issue whatsoever. So I plopped down in front of the computer, drew the perfect bumper, and now… yeah… i don’t know how to separate the individual parts and put them into a format that the shops laser table is going to recognize. At first I just outlined the panel copied it and then had to manipulate it down onto a flat surface, then add the dimensions, and then realized that other than the protractor tool… which doesn’t leave a dimension behind to read, there is no way of even calling out the different angles of the parts on a cut-list. So again hello to everyone… LOL. Any help to solve this issue would be greatly appreciated.