2021-03-13 (Sa) Gravy Shock

When I drafted the houseboat's first floor, I hoped that I would find time to make it 3D. For most of my previous 3D modeling, I used OpenSCAD, but that is not particularly adept at receiving a 2D vector drawing and converting it to three dimensions. Fusion 360, on the other hand, didn't have much trouble.

I scaled the first sketch for feet since it was intuitive for me. When I squished the drawing to millimeters, Fusion 360's default, the conversion resulted in a room 6999 millimeters across. I converted the model specs to feet, so I could use familiar measurements when I extruded the couch and chairs.
Extruded lounge

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