Virtual 3D board facilitates design

white oak boards

Creating a virtual 3D board can be an exciting and new way to showcase your woodworking designs. By utilizing  software, you can bring your creations to life in a virtual environment. To start, you will need specialized 3D woodworking design software that allows you to create and manipulate objects in a three-dimensional space. There are various options available in the market, so it’s important to choose one that suits your needs and level of expertise. Once you have the software installed, you can begin designing your virtual board by selecting the appropriate dimensions and materials.


  • Ease of use,
  • speed of design,
  • and simple ways to change the boards, their materials,
  • and their relationship with one another
  • dictate the degree of success you will have.

Next, you can start adding your woodworking designs to the virtual board. This can be done by shaping boards, drilling holes, applying contours to edges, and adding joinery using the software’s built-in tools. The software will allow you to position and rotate the objects on the board, giving you a clear visual picture. This shows they will look in real life. You can experiment with different layouts and configurations.  Then adjust the size and position of each object until satisfied with the overall design.

This link opens several posts about virtual board in SketchList 3D for your information.

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