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SketchUp 2017 is out. And it’s looking great!

November 25, 2016 in News Blog

  Okay, admittedly SketchUp 2017 has been out for a few days now (there’s even a first maintenance release already). I just didn’t get around to posting about it. So, what do I like most about this release? Here’s my rundown: A new Graphics Engine This one is a major improvement. As you may know, SketchUp […]

2016 SketchUp 3D Basecamp Recap

June 17, 2016 in News Blog

Tip: Once the 360-degree viewer loads, click and drag the image above to explore Steamboat Springs! I just returned from Trimble’s 2016 3D Basecamp, SketchUp’s biannual user conference, which this year was held in Colorado’s super-beautiful resort of Steamboat Springs. This year’s iteration, which drew over 600 participants, featured five days of presentations, lots of industry […]

Read SketchUp News in Style!

February 16, 2016 in News Blog

  Instead of browsing the internet for SketchUp news, install my SketchUp News Viewer extension and read everything right in SketchUp. You can find out more about the nicer, newer interface on alexschreyer.net.

How to best prepare your SketchUp models for Sketchfab.com

February 10, 2016 in Tutorials

There are nowadays quite a few ways in which we can share a SketchUp model with the world, thanks to a technology that is built right into most modern browsers: WebGL. One example is Trimble’s 3D Warehouse, where an uploaded model becomes an interactive one just by clicking on a small icon: Other web services expand […]

SketchUp 2016 is Out!

November 23, 2015 in News Blog

Last week I was busy talking about SketchUp at the ABX 2015 conference in Boston, so I didn’t get a chance to write this post until now. Therefore, let me at this point announce (with a slight delay) that SketchUp 2016 is out!!! Yay! The Trimble folks released it across all languages and both Make and Pro […]

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