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Jonathan Morris
Jonathan Morris

SketchUp Pro 2017 17.3.116 ##TOP##

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SketchUp Pro 2017 17.3.116

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If you prefer the desktop client version of SketchUp, you can get SketchUp 2017 Make which is still available free for non-commercial use. You can find it at Trimble has committed to keeping that version available for the foreseeable future.

The version Sketchup I believe you are asking about frustrated me when it first came out and I haven't tried it since. It just didn't run well and didn't seem to have all the features I required. Don't know what the current version is like. I am currently still able to use the last version of Sketchup which can be downloaded for free, 2017, until it cannot be used again. I am currently looking for a reasonably priced alternative to SketchUp. The problem with all alternatives is the learning curve and, to some degree, the fact that not all really work all that well for woodworking. SketchList, which can be purchased online or from Rockler, is OK for square cabinet type projects with doors and drawers, which are most of my projects that I require a drawing for. Curves, etc. can be drawn but they aren't as easily drawn as with SketchUp. You can download a trial version for 30 days and try it but it is not completely intuitive so it will take some time to get used to. I am considering returning to my 2D program DeltaCad, which requires drawing various views to get all parts sized, but it is actually a lot easier to use than any of the 3d programs.

So what happened is I used the icon for 'Sketchup Make 2017 that I've had on the dock for a while. The "Start Using Sketchup" link didn't work on the opening window but the "Try SketchUp for free" link did- and took me down the road to the Web version. After your note I opened again from the icon and this time got a "version not authorized" or some such warning. Then after about 20 minutes the icon worked fine from the dock going to the 2017 version.

Good deal. It's at least worth knowing that Sketchup 2017, being released long before Mojave, does not support Mojave. Of course that doesn't mean it won't work but you could have odd behaviors. There have been a lot of reports of various applications that Mojave broke so you'll want to keep an eye open.

While there are paid versions of SketchUp, there is also still a free version of SketchUp. Although Trimble has retired development of the free desktop version, called SketchUp Make, you can still download the last version of SketchUp Make 2017 here.

Smoove (the Sandbox tool) does not work in Sketchup Make 2017 (latest, 17.3.116) running on MacOS Mojave 10.14.3. I can create a terrain grid from scratch but I cannot edit it in any way. And as I understand it, there are no plans to ever update Sketchup Make.

SketchUp Make 2017 (64-bit) is a free, easy-to-learn 3D-modeling program with a few simple tools to let you create 3D models of houses, sheds, decks, home additions, woodworking projects, and even space ships. You can add details, textures, and glass to your models, and design with dimensional accuracy. You can place your finished models in Google Earth, share them with others by posting them to the 3D Warehouse, or print hard copies. SketchUp Make 2017 is a great way to discover if 3D modeling is right for you.

With the release of SketchUp Make 2017, we've removed support for 32-bit operating systems, OpenGL 2.0, and software rendering of models (as opposed to hardware acceleration). We also removed support for OS X 10.9 (Mavericks.) 350c69d7ab

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