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Export your Autodesk® Revit® file to a SketchUp file in one simple step.
Rvt2skp conserves geometry, materials, textures, and linked models of the 3D model.
Supports Revit 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023, including Autodesk® Revit® Architecture, Autodesk® Revit® Structure, and Autodesk® Revit® MEP.
If you have any questions, please contact the team at support@spktechnology. Learn more at rvt2skp.com
Convert your first project FREE (with watermark).
About This Version
Version 220.127.116.11, 5/30/2022
- Option to export or not to export 3D views - Improved precision on distance measurements - Added support for Revit 2023
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Malisimo, te ponen marca de agua por encima de las texturas, te obliga a hacerte una cuenta y a subir tu contenido a la nube. No lo recomiendo para nada
It used to be simple to convert and export. Now it pushes the export to the cloud, and you wait for an email to give a link to download it. Why?!
Hi Nick, Thank you for your feedback. Our latest update takes the heavy lifting off your PC and into the cloud; this eliminates lag times and makes almost all future updates automatic. As with any SaaS, we require a sign-in so that you can redeem your license and easily access our other tools for Revit. If you have any questions or need further information, please feel free to send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org . - Nathan
It used to be very straightforward, now forces you to upload the file to the cloud to get the model converted and once it's downloaded the model has the company logo advertising the product.
Hi Omer, sorry to hear you're having trouble with the plugin. Please write to email@example.com so that we can better assist you. - Nathan
It uploads the model to the server without asking. And after inputting lots of personal information, just 1 chance to try.
Hi Bob, Sorry to hear you didn't enjoy rvt2skp. Our latest update makes the plugin more efficient by taking the heavy lifting off your PC and into the cloud; this eliminates lag times and makes almost all future updates automatic. We do not store your converted models on any server. As with any SaaS, we require a sign-in so that you can redeem your license and easily access our other tools for Revit. -Nathan
These very simple tool brings me immediate cost and time savings. Essential !!!
... slow guessing need to find another pluging now
Do you have tools to import SKP/rhino/max to REVIT, or do you plan to develop them?
This is a fastest plugin for revit to SU.
My JOB is make construction drawing design in China.
IN china revit is not very popular to do the design,so,i need finish the construction drawing with REVIT and transfer it to sketch to the design company.
But the resulting model is flexible and cannot be edited.I can use cad then import sketch,but it need long time .
Thanks to this plugin for saving my time.
But now it's not free, and it's too expensive.
It was great. Now I can't find the free add-in
What happened to the free rvt2skp add-in? Do I have to pay for the pro version when my 3 free exports are done? I had a rvt2skp version downloaded to Revit 2018. I've upgraded to Revit 2019 so I need to download the add-in again.
Thank you for that great tool
Great for exporting parts of our models to sketchup where we show complex junctions with sketchups modelling and texture tools
After upgrading to Revit 2019 I lost the option to use the rvt2skp export. Do you have any plans for supporting Revit 2019?
This plugin does a good job at exporting all geometries including textures / materials. There are some negative comments that show a lack of exploration and knowledge of the difference between Revit and Sketchup. Many of the issues mention can be easily remedied with additional SketchUp scripts: triangulated mesh output - use "CleanUp 3" Plugin By Thomas Thomassen. material layers - "layers_materials" by Didier Bur
i had big project and sketchup to twinmotion worked very well. But for lumion i had to export as .3ds from sketchup. Its very usefull thanks a lot for this plugin
This Plugin Keep the instances, and the triangulated faces could be cleaned By the "CleanUp 3" Plugin By Thomas Thomassen.
a lot of triangles.........no layers.............std dwg export work better
triangulated all flat surfaces of my model, and the units on the material exports were all over the place. really hard to work the model, its cleaner and less time consuming to bring a dwg. Not the perfect tool yet.
it works great in small file size.but i did not try it in large file. thanks for app.
Sketchup is unfortunately not built to handle the amount of triangles that Revit produces, so a plugin that wants to bridge this gap needs a ton of optimizations. Unfortunately, a lot of these seem to be missing right now: - there's a ton of triangulation. For example: simple square columns or windows come in triangulation. There needs to be an optimization script to minimize this. Where it's impossible to prevent (curves etc), the edges of the resulting triangles should be hidden. - There needs to be smart instancing. An identical chair should be the same group repeated x 100, not 100 unique groups - Grouping should happen per Revit obect. Now, if you have chair the groups are split up by material, making it very hard to move that chair - Support for decals and painted materials would be great as well
The eporter seems to group faces into components which caues the file to be extremely large and everything is on the same layer. I would elements by layer and make them components at the object level not the face level. I find the DWG exporter is faster and makes smaller files in skethcup.
Imported in sketchup, but triangulation and lots of lots of objects/ groups makes it cumbersome to work on... for viewing once a while may work. I suggest if control over import in groups/ layers is possible with triangulation removal
Hi, I like the idea of the plugin. The ability to export 3D geometry from Revit directly into SU is something I've wanted for ages to avoid the whole export to 3D dwg and then import thing... BUT. The plugin explodes everything (!!) making the resulting SU model a dog to work with. The more complex the Rvt model, the worse it is. Probably explains why the exporter is so slow as well perhaps? I contacted Kubity support who confirmed that the exploding was "normal"... think it's needs some work folks.
I guess it doesn't work well with complex models. I left it for 24hrs and it was still not finished.
Exporting to sketchup triagulates flat geometry. Makes the resulting sketchup file almost unworkable unless those redundant geometry lines are deleted first. It is faster than the traditional way of exporting to DWG to SKP.
I am constantly encountering this error while trying to export the model
it's going fine so far export a simple geometry though am very annoyed when i open up my sketchup to see a kubity watermark on my view screen...any way to remove it?
Yeah this is very annoying indeed. There are no settings whatsoever for this plug in
Just open a new su project and import the ecported file instead of opening. Watermark gone.
Hi, thanks for the feedback. This issue will be fixed in an upcoming update, it will be released very soon. Thanks!
Did the update to remedy this issue happen yet? I'm having problems with the watermark too:/
Hi, if possible, please send us the .rvt file for diagnostics to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll take a look for you. Thank you!
Never get this plugin to work. It only pops up with "An error occured during the export. (Note that in the error message, occured is also spelled incorrectly)
Hi, there are some known, very specific issues you may have encountered. If possible, please send us the .rvt file for diagnostics to email@example.com and we’ll take a look for you. Thanks!
Done with export my rvt to skp
Hi, thanks for the feedback!
New 2.0 version works well. Thanks for making it better.