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How To Import Sketchup Model Into Blender [Very Easy]

A Step by Step guide: Import Sketchup Model Into Blender

Blender is widely known for the advanced tools in for example modeling, which is why some professionals want to use it as part of their workflow. The software can be easily imple mented into any workflow completely, but companies and their clients are often afraid of its affect on the final product quality. It is true that some of the features do not match the qual ities in competing software, but the same goes for all 3D programs. It is recommended that companies would adopt Blender gradually and for specific parts of the existing workflow. This way the results can be observed more easily and the software value seen in the management side, which usually is the biggest obstacle with this kind of implementations.


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Blender is widely known for the advanced tools in for example modeling, which is why some professionals want to use it as part of their workflow. The software can be easily imple[1]mented into any workflow completely, but companies and their clients are often afraid of its affect on the final product quality. It is true that some of the features do not match the qualities in competing software, but the same goes for all 3D programs.



How To Import Sketchup Model Into Blender

Aww! You will proceed as follows:
1. Open your model in SketchUp Pro.
With Sketchup open, navigate to “file” > “import” and select the model you want to import from the list of files. Then, click “import.”



2. Go to “File”, then “Export”, and finally “3D Model”.
Note:Choose File > Export > 3D Model. After you have imported your model into Sketchup, navigate to “file” and select “export” > “3D model” from the drop-down list. Make sure the “file type” is set to “OBJ file.”
3. Select "Collada File" from the drop-down list “COLLADA File (*.dae)” 


4. Next download the file and extract it.
Note: You can change the file name at the top of the window and choose the export file location. Save. Set a default working folder.
5. Click “Export” > Choose File > Import > Collada (.DAE) in Blender.
Located in the unzipped folder is the .DAE file.(Step 4)

The figure below presents the model that was imported straight from SketchUp into Blender. 
At first glimpse the geometry might look good for modeling purposes, but in without proper 
preparation the model geometry needs to be rebuild completely.
The image below represent one of the results that were produced, demonstrating the sculpting outcomes and how non-static the model can be made by using the technique


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