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SketchUp is useful from the earliest stages of design to the end of construction. Programming, diagramming, design development, detailing, documentation, RFIs—wherever you need drawings, you need SketchUp Pro.


Get good, fast Whoever asked for complicated CAD software? SketchUp is hands-down the most intuitive and easy-to-learn 3D drawing tool around.
Think by drawing in 3D We designed SketchUp to behave like an extension of your hand, so you can draw whatever you want, however you want.
Create accurate, highly-detailed models SketchUp is accurate to a thousandth of an inch, so you can design, specify, and plan with as much or little detail as you need.
Produce scaled, accurate drawings SketchUp isn’t just for 3D models. Draw plans, elevations, details, title blocks and a lot more with LayOut. When your model changes, so does your document. Simple.
Generate presentation documents With LayOut, you’re equipped for page design, drafting, vector illustration and slide presentations: everything you need to explain everything.
Create compelling walkthroughs Use SketchUp Pro to turn your models into animated walkthroughs and flyovers that explain every detail.
Find a 3D model of anything Need an oven for the kitchen you’re designing? An automobile for your driveway? A rhino for your zoo? Find it all in 3D Warehouse, the world’s biggest library of free 3D models.
Turn models into documents Eventually, some 3D models grow up to become professional 2D drawing sets. LayOut in SketchUp Pro helps you showcase your models and create drawings you’ll be proud of.
Customize your SketchUp SketchUp extensions are add-on tools that solve 3D modeling problems which might otherwise leave you scratching your head. And there are hundreds of them to explore.
Model and Document With LayOut, insert SketchUp model views wherever you want in your document. These “viewports” are living, breathing views of your project. When your model changes, all of your viewports update too.
Make beautiful drawings LayOut brings the “feel” of SketchUp into 2D space in an incomparably beautiful way. Line work, shadows, textures, text, dimensions, title blocks: all exactly the way you want.
Intuitive vector drawing LayOut’s drawing tools are just like SketchUp’s: simple, smart, and fun. And everything you draw is vector smart, so scaling and rotating can be done with the utmost precision.
Dimension, detail, explain Use dimensioning tools that snap to the edges of SketchUp models and quickly set the format, scale, and precision of displayed measurements.
Find a 3D model of anything 3D Warehouse is the world’s largest repository of free 3D models, and it works seamlessly with SketchUp. That means entourage, furniture, equipment, case work, the entire kitchen sink (literally) is all handy in a few clicks.
Find a model from a trusted manufacturer With manufacturer partners like Herman Miller, Formica, Thermador and many others, we’re working to make 3D Warehouse the best place on the web to find a model of a specific, real-world object. Now when you specify an oven for a kitchen, you can be sure you’re working with accurate geometry, not to mention beautiful models.
Present on any device When you upload your models to 3D Warehouse, it’s easy to pull them down onto your phone or tablet using the SketchUp Mobile Viewer app. Then, get hands on with clients and collaborators wherever, however you’d like.

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