SketchUp to .dxf

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Postby GregB » Wed May 06, 2009 4:51 pm

Lane,

Thanks for your offer, though, even as slow as I am, the walls are already built and raised.

GB
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Postby CPnthrfan » Fri May 15, 2009 5:57 pm

Esteban wrote:Can teardrop plans from the Design Library be imported, in .dxf format, into SketchUp 6 (free version) for further customization? I'd like to be able to come up with customized dimensioned plans to build from.


i have the same question, id like to get the mini hopper plans in my sketch up
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bitmap to DXF

Postby Bob Bailey » Sat Jul 02, 2011 2:24 pm

I think this will work
Sketchup will allow export of either windows bitmap or jpg. There is a free program called Inkscape which is a lot like Adobe Illustrator. It will accept a JPG and export a DXF file. Of course this only works with 2D drawings.
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Postby pebo » Thu Aug 04, 2011 7:58 am

You can take one of the design Library DXF plans to the free version of Sketchup, If you have SketchUp version 7.0 or earlier, it will directly import a DXF. To go the other way you really need Pro... Version 7.1 took out the AutoCad link in the free version...
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