I have created an outdoor table with all parts being 2x4’s. I’ve used a common material color for all 2 x 4 parts with a single length of 10’ to use. When I generate parts list, OCL flags the cross section of a few parts as being 1.50001 x 3.50001 or a similar minor discrepancy which doesn’t allow for the cutting diagram to take all parts into account for using 2x4x10. I’ve changed the precision to less precise (which is set to fractions) but that still doesn’t account for all the 2x4 parts.

It’s not so easy to describe, thanks for any help.

That doesn’t help. For example, a single 2x4 upright OCL flags as not being 1.5 x 3.5, but changing to max decimal precision in sketchup and highlighting the edges shows exactly 1.5 and 3.5?

So I’ve found some unexpected dimensions or actual incorrect behavior maybe.

As I stated before OCL flagged some parts of a table I’m modeling as not being 1 1/2 x 3 1/2 or actually 1.50000 x 3.50000. I modeled fractionally to 1/32"

I tried re-drawing a simple 2 x 4 upright with the dimensions maxed out in decimal.
drawing 1.500000 x 3.500000 x 16. I then drew lines across guides I had placed and pushed pulled the unwanted remainder away and voila…the push pulled end now had a different thickness?

I’ve not tried a screen cast before and probably won’t make this my trail run. Thanks for looking at the file, I know now where the problem starts…sort of. Thanks again

I noticed the widths of the angled parts of your table have strange dimensions, too. I wonder how you are modeling them, as well, because they should be 3.50000 wide.

Something is amiss when I’m using the max display precision 0.000000 in Sketchup

Microbe stuff. Again, I would not be using this precision except but for using OCL with dimensional lumber as the material type. I must have drawn 20- 2x4’s added an angled guide, pushed away the unneeded section and the width or thickness of the result would no longer be equal on both ends ?

I have set the edges to axes colors which indicated all things as they should be, but as I used the tape measure tool I would have 1.500002 or 3.4999995 across the thickness or width?

I tried changing the model units to fractions in OCL but it would still flag parts as a new cross section size anyway like 1.500021 x 3.499998. The next part I drew would be 1.500000 x 3.500003 Quite a test in patience

I have used Sketchup for many years and can draw a 2 x 4