Parametric modeling in SU, like in Fusion 360

I know there are dynamic models in Sketchup, but is there a plugin that makes your models truly parametric, in real time

The feature I am referencing can be found in a software like Fusion 360, which allows the user to define parameters, and then change individually them in a spreadsheet (i.e. furniture piece height, width, etc.)

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Not sure if this has the spreadsheet tables like in Fusion 360, but the sliders introduce some interesting possibilities that I’ve not found in Fusion.
Thanks again.

There is also a Ruby plugin parametric.rb which enables you to program some geometry, then edit its parameters in a popup dialogue (see for example the SU Parametric Shapes plugin at SkecthUcation Plugin store - https://sketchucation.com/plugin/878-jwm_shapes which I adapted from an original Sketchup team plugin). The version of parametric.rb in that plugin was updated recently for me by @slbaumgartner to keep the parameters in order, which earlier versions did not.

And Dynamic Components, which you can create in the Pro versions of SU are a somewhat basic, and complicated, parametric objects.

They aren’t a direct equivalent, but they go some way towards what you ask about.

Thanks.
I have not seen either one of these plug ins demonstrated specifically for furniture making or cabinets, definitely going to dig deeper into them.

Thanks again.

Have a look at some sample Dynamic Components on the 3D Warehouse - there are a fair number, several for cabinets.

And if you are a coder in Ruby, have a look at the code of the SU Draw Parametric Shapes plugin, to see how you could adapt it to make cabinets or other types of furniture.

There’s also Garry Kernan’s (@gkernan) Cab(inet) Maker plugin - again, see Sketchucation Plugin Store - if it’s specifically parametric cabinets you want. https://sketchucation.com/pluginstore?pln=gkware_cabmaker

Thanks.
I own a few GKware products, but am also looking to make custom furniture parametrically…

You are right- I need to dig deeper into learning Ruby!