Can you import a SketchUp model into ArchiCAD?

Can you import a SketchUp model into ArchiCAD?

Select the SketchUp file to import, check the box next to Launch a new instance of ARCHICAD and click Open. 3. The SketchUp file will be converted into a GDL object that is located in the Embedded Library.

How do I import 3D models into ArchiCAD?

3D files in 3D Studio format can be opened by ArchICAD only if you install the “3D Studio in” Goody.

  1. Go to the ArchiCAD Help menu.
  2. Choose ArchiCAD Downloads to open this page in a web browser.
  3. From the Downloads page, scroll down to Goodies and select the desired version of “3D Studio In” Goody for installation.

Can you import SketchUp models into 3ds Max?

3ds Max has two different importers for SketchUp files. The legacy importer can import SketchUp files from version 6 through SketchUp 2014, and the newer default importer can import any SketchUp files.

Can I open a BimX File in SketchUp?

BimX only lets you look at the model and drawings. It does not export anything. You would have to get the Archicad file saved to the skp format for you to work with it.

How do I change my 3DS to GDL?

To convert a 3DS object:

  1. Select the 3ds file with the Convert 3DS to GDL object command from the Design/ Design Extras>>3DS Converter menu.
  2. The add-on displays information about the original 3DS file (number of points, polygons and object count).
  3. Click OK.
  4. The add-on checks whether the 3DS file contains texture links.

How do I import SketchUp into 3DS?

When your SketchUp model is ready to export to 3DS, follow these steps:

  1. Select File > Export > 3D Model.
  2. Navigate to the location where you want to save your file.
  3. From the Export Type drop-down list, select 3DS File (*.
  4. (Optional) By default, the 3DS file has the same name as your SketchUp model.

Can I open a BimX file in SketchUp?

How do I import 3DS into SketchUp?

When you’re ready, follow these steps to import your 3DS file into SketchUp:

  1. Select File > Import.
  2. Navigate to your 3DS file and select it.
  3. From the Files of Type drop-down list, make sure 3DS Files (*.
  4. Click the Options button.