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    hello i have been trying to print the parts for different plans in SketchUp but i can only see the final 3D projection, i dont know how or where are the actual parts that i can print and glue to the wood. i dont know if i am making me myself clear. like this toy: Tumbling Toy by ozark_traveler - Google 3D Warehouse when i download the file only the 3D drawing is showing up, and i want the 2D so i can print it and put it in the board. i google it but after a while i was not able to find anything, maybe one of you here can kindly point me in the right direction. Thanks Nayo

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    I am on my iPad right now, not at computer to be sure, but has to do with changing the View. Camera, or something like that. Also you might to copy individual parts if is an assembly and move around to get what you want.
    Steve in Richmond, VA with a DW-788

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