Portable SketchUp Pro 2021 v21.0.339 (x64) Multilanguage
SketchUp Pro Portable 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.
The SketchUp you know and love… and so much more.
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A great mix of our classic desktop software, our shiny new SketchUp for Web modeler, and all sorts of things you’ve been asking for over the years — including the ability to publish, share, and store projects in the cloud with Trimble Connect.
Tools for your 3D modeling toolbox:
SketchUp Pro for Desktop
Fast, easy 3D modeling for anything you can imagine.
SketchUp for Web
Our powerful web modeler, with all the features you need to turn your designs into real things.
Unlimited cloud storage
Share, collaborate, and store your projects in the cloud. Gain flexibility and peace of mind.
2D design documentation
Create scaled drawing sets in 2D with LayOut.
VR model viewing
Wow your clients with a walkthrough of their project on Microsoft HoloLens, HTC Vive, or Oculus, on your phone or tablet.
Features that make your projects yours
Make your project look like only you can with custom Styles, Materials, and Outliner. And, make that work smooth and easy with Dynamic Components.
What’s New in SketchUp and LayOut 2021.0?
We’re rounding out SketchUp’s twentieth trip around the sun with several new features, improvements, and important changes. As always, we look forward to your feedback, and another decade of improving SketchUp.
We are still keen to make it easier for people who maintain models using large and complex lists of tags and scenes. In this release, you can organize multiple tags into Tag Folders and control the visibility of folders per scene. Additionally, folders can expand and collapse, making it easier to scan your tag structure and find the tags you need.
To create tag folders:
- Select multiple tags in an existing model and click the Add Tag Folder button to group them in a tag folder.
- Or, click the Add Tag Folder button and assign a name to a new tag folder. Then select multiple tags, and drag/drop them into a folder. We hope you’ll try out tag folders with some existing models and also by creating tag hierarchies from scratch.
Tag Folders are also available in LayOut, where the tag tree hierarchy and visibility control is available in LayOut’s Tags panel. Of course, scenes remember the visibility of your tags and tag folders across SketchUp and LayOut. And to accommodate models with deeper hierarchies or long tag lists, you can now control the width and height of LayOut’s Tags panel.
A long time coming, we’re happy to introduce filtering in SketchUp’s Tags panel. We hope this makes it a lot easier to zero in on specific tags. You can also use filtering when creating tag folders: filter down to a prefix or naming convention, choose Select All in the Tag Details menu, and hit the Add Tag Folder button.
You can also use keyboard selection modifiers to select multiple folders (or tags) and set their visibility all at once. To make a custom selection, use the CTRL (Command on Mac) and Shift keys to select desired tags and folders. With a tag selection in place, click the visibility icon for any tag or folder in your selection: the entire selection will respect your visibility change.
Live Component Configuration
Live Components are a new breed of parametrically configurable objects, and in this release you can control them in SketchUp.
To bring a live component into SketchUp, open 3D Warehouse in SketchUp and navigate to our SketchUp Labs Live Component collection (or use the new Live Component search filter under advanced search options).
Choose a live component to tinker with and download it into your SketchUp model!
Inside SketchUp, when you double-click to edit a Live Component, you’ll pull up the ‘Configure Live Component’ dialog. Here, you can control the component’s ‘parameters’. If you want different configurations of the same object, use the “Make Unique” context menu command to create a new definition that can be configured separately. If you want to convert a Live Component into a regular component, use the “Detach Definition” option. Once you do this, the definition can be edited or exploded just like any other component. Notably, you can also insert and configure Live Component workflows in SketchUp for Web.
With SketchUp 2021, we are introducing Live Components with an open beta designation we are calling SketchUp Labs. The Labs treatment is meant for features that need more user feedback and development, but are stable and useful today. Basically, we are explicitly releasing earlier than we might otherwise in order to incorporate your feedback as part of our development process.
Start PreDesign from SketchUp
Alongside SketchUp 2021, we are also launching a new architectural research tool called PreDesign. Available to Pro subscribers, you can launch PreDesign (in a web browser) from SketchUp’s File menu.
In PreDesign, you can geolocate a project to understand its predominant and seasonal climate, how that climate might affect the comfort and lighting of built spaces, and what design strategies may be useful for your project. Think of PreDesign as a new way to start architectural design projects in SketchUp.