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To export meshes from SketchUp you will need to have the WrapR for SketchUp extension installed in SketchUp. When you first install WrapR we install the extension during the installation process.
WrapR currently exports raw SketchUp meshes, no groups or components, which are triangulated or quads.
Crashes are bad. But some crashes are good! If you can can reliably reproduce a crash or oddity then get in touch with us so we can fix it.
When you first export a mesh from WrapR we create a folder called WrapR where your SketchUp file is saved. In that folder we store a SketchUp file named after the material applied to the mesh.
SVG file are Scalable Vector Graphics that can be resized to any dimension. To open an SVG file you can use Inkscape, Adobe Illustrator or Affinity Designer.
In WrapR you can see the list of keyboard shortcut in the File > Shortcuts menu. You can also customise the shortcuts to suit your workflow.
You can use WrapR for free for 7 days. After that you need to purchase a license.
When you purchase a license you can install WrapR on 3 separate Windows devices.