I am jumping over from MacOS to iOS12 (looking forward really to iPadOS13 this fall). I came from SketchUp 2017 and for the last 2 years I have been making a lot of 3D models and render it with VRay for my office furniture business.
I am really interested in buying one-time purchase of uMake since it is the closest possible thing to SketchUp. The Apple Pencil replaces mouse very well and as you know plenty hours clicking a mouse is really tiring.
I am working on making 3D models for office desks and when I am doing it with SketchUp, I normally create a rectangle shape for a top table, extrude it, then draw another shape on the bottom of it and extrude it again, to create the table legs. I am precisely position the legs on the bottom of the top table using tape measurement tool in SketchUp. Basically it creates a dashed line across one axis, which is normally parallel to the edge of the side of the top table, so it is very convenient. We can input some dimensions like few millimeters to make our drawing really precise and down to ratio as correct as possible with the real thing.
I watched several of your tutorial videos and still wondering whether you have this so-called Tape Measurement tool and if you don’t have it right now, will you add this feature in the near future? I am seriously looking for ways to work from my iPad. Looking forward hearing from you.