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STL Export for SketchUp is an east to use Stereolithography STL file exporter plug-in for Google SketchUp. This plug-in gives SketchUp the ability to export objects in SketchUp to ASCII and Binary STL files. STL Export for SketchUp tessellates objects in a SketchUp document into a set of triangular meshes. These meshes are then exported to a STL file as mesh objects.
The STL file can then be imported into a variety of CAD applications. STL Export for SketchUp is very easy to use. It adds new commands to SketchUp. Once installed, it automatically loads itself into SketchUp and adds a new submenu called “STL Export for SketchUp” to the SketchUp Plugins menu containing the newly added commands.

Version 7.2.3 – August 22nd, 2017

Fixed VEX-RAS and VEX-HASL export options in batch mode
Improvements for batch conversion from tool to tool.
Mapping of levels, and improvements to batch conversions
Mapping of blend to mix tools and improvements to batch conversion
Fix for rotation of mesh objects before export
Fix for rotation of extruded object before export
Fixed bug that cause object to be exported as many times as the number of objects
Some minor improvements

Lars Hjelmstad

Developer Advocate, Google Cloud

About Lars

Hi. I’m Lars, and I’m Developer Advocate at Google Cloud. I’m interested in all things related to the virtualization of physical machines, Google Cloud and all the things that I see happening in this fast changing industry.

I’m always trying to help people understand what Google Cloud Services are all about, and make sure that the best thing that happened to the industry in a while is promoted in the best way possible for all of us.

I’ve been in the world of software development for over 18 years now, but I’m on the other side of the fence when it comes to virtualization. I did at one time run a hypervisor at a datacenter called Sun, but that was long ago, so I can never really claim that I’m a hardware guy. I just have a passion for technology though, and I’ve always been more focused on the software side of the world.

I also currently find myself with a wealth of knowledge on all different kinds of software development. I’ve written software using C, C++, Java

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STL Export for SketchUp Developer Contact Details:

Some time ago, I came across the idea to export the geometry of SketchUp models to ASCII and/or Binary STL files.
In fact, these are simply collections of triangles and/or polygons, which are stored in the mesh.
The vertices can then be exported to a CAD program, and re-evaluated when plotting objects.
That’s the first reason why I developed STL Export for SketchUp.
Later, I realized there’s another good use for this type of file: re-orientation, placement, translation, or scaling. In short, it’s the ability to easily re-export all the information back into SketchUp, and to be able to re-sketch objects. In other words: “SketchUp to CAD” -> “CAD to SketchUp”.
So, if you’re exporting a SketchUp mesh for a 3D printer or a complex-shaped piece, STL Export for SketchUp can be a great help.
The STL Export for SketchUp software supports SketchUp 2009 and newer.
Moreover, all the features described in this document have been implemented.
If you’re using an older version of SketchUp, you’ll still have the ability to export your models in the older form of ASCII or Binary STL files.
But the export of meshes in the newer form of ASCII and Binary STL files are not supported.
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The STL format is used to represent three-dimensional objects and is a widely accepted way to represent 3D computer graphics. The two most common versions of this format are ASCII and Binary STL.


The ASCII STL format consists of a set of lines that represent an object in three-dimensional space. Each line starts with an ASCII number and an ASCII letter (e.g. “45 2I ” represents the letter “I” at the 45° y-axis depth and the 2 inch z-axis displacement from the x-axis origin).

The ASCII lines are terminated by a comma at the end of each line and may be printed on two-line text (comma-separated ASCII format). Each ASCII line is on a separate line.

The Binary STL format consists of a set of binary numbers that represent the x, y, and z coordinates of a vertex. There are no line breaks. Lines may be printed on two-line text with the commas embedded in the numbers as shown below:

0.000000 1.5 1.5 0.000000
1.0 1.5 1.5 0.50000000

The STL file comes with a number of sample models that can be opened in other CAD applications.

Version History
This version includes some small improvements and bug fixes as well as some new features and bug fixes. See full change list below.

Source code is available for review.

Change log
10/29/2014 – Fixes bug where the plugin would not export some large non-polyhedra objects.
11/02/2013 – Fixes bug where the export would not show the correct scale for large objects.
11/13/2012 – Updates for latest SketchUp 8.
11/03/2012 – Support for MathML for 3D objects.
10/28/2012 – Fixes bug where the plugin would not find the STL files.
09/17/2012 – Various small bug fixes and UI updates.
09/15/2012 – Updates for latest SketchUp 7.
08/27/2012 – Updated SketchUp and LibStripper versions to be more current.
08/05/2012 – Updates to the SketchUp Plugins window.
08/03/2012 – Fixes bug where the plugin would not display the correct view of large objects.
07/26/2012 – Updated SketchUp Plugins window to be more intuitive.
06/29/2012 – Fixes bug

What’s New in the?

With many commands to choose from, users can export their rendered geometry to STL and OBJ files.
For users who can’t afford to purchase Autodesk’s AutoCAD, SketchUp can export directly to its native STL format for mesh import into another application.
And, it’s also great to export the SketchUp scene model to a set of optimized mesh files for future work with other applications or to get the job done faster.


STL Export for SketchUp export and import capabilities:-

Export to ASCII Mesh STL files
Export to Binary STL Mesh files
Export and import to SketchUp documents
Export multiple imported objects to a single STL file

• Supports mass changes on individual meshes within a document
• Export options such as scale, build the entire model or individual meshes
• Support for SubD modelling
• Easy to use and very easy to use
• Automatic conversion of complex polygonal mesh to triangles
• Unique support for common SketchUp projects such as wheels, candles and tires
• Multi-threaded rendering


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Reviews of STL Export for SketchUp

i-g3d website

“STLexport for SketchUp is a very versatile plugin that gives SketchUp the ability to export objects in SketchUp to ASCII and Binary STL files.


“Although it may take you some time to get used to the interface, and there are a few quirks (most likely caused by the fact that no one person coded it…) it is a well-written and functional plugin.”

Mackinaw Rock

“STL Export for SketchUp is an east to use, Stereolithography STL file exporter plug-in for Google SketchUp. This plug-in gives SketchUp the ability to export objects in SketchUp to ASCII and Binary STL files.

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“Google Sketchup Pro Organizer is an very well made product and a well priced companion to Google SketchUp. It is not only for Google Sketchup but also for any CAD application

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