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SKP Export for SolidWorks is a SketchUp SKP file export add-in for SolidWorks�?�®. This add-in gives SolidWorks the ability to export 3D solid data from a SolidWorks part and assembly document to objects in a SketchUp SKP file. SKP Export for SolidWorks tessellates the solid bodies in a SolidWorks part or assembly document into individual triangular meshes. These meshes are then exported to an SKP file as mesh objects. The level of tessellation can be controlled by adjusting the resolution slider in the SKP Export for SolidWorks options dialog box. A lower resolution will yield coarse meshes (lesser faces), whereas a higher resolution will result in finer meshes (more faces). You can also choose to have the Y Axis point upwards. SKP Export for SolidWorks is very easy to use. It adds new commands to SolidWorks. Once installed, it automatically loads itself into SolidWorks and adds a new menu called "SKPExport" to the SolidWorks menu containing these newly added commands. The 'SKPExport' submenu consists of the following commands: Export - Export a SKP file Help - Display the SKP Export for SolidWorks help file Register - Register your copy of SKP Export for SolidWorks About - Display the SKP Export for SolidWorks About box The SKP File Format SketchUp is a 3D modeling program designed for architects, civil engineers, filmmakers, game developers, and related professions. It also includes features to facilitate the placement of models in Google Earth. It is marketed as an easy-to-use conceptual tool with a simple interface. A well known feature in the SketchUp World is the 3D Warehouse. Users can use their Google Accounts to upload models, and then browse the 3D Warehouse for many components and models. SketchUp's native file format is has a SKP extension.
Price USD195
License Free to try
File Size 6.88 MB
Version 1.0
Operating System Windows 2003 Windows Windows Vista Windows 95 Windows 2000 Windows 7 Windows 98 Windows XP Windows 3.x Windows Server 2008 Windows Me
System Requirements SolidWorks 2000 and above
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