Effective June 12th, the system requirements for 3D Warehouse will change, as noted below. Please prepare yourself accordingly. An update to external systems has left the 3D Warehouse accessible from either a modern web browser, or by using the 3D Warehouse browser within the SketchUp application. Depending on your platform and usage, you’ll have some different technical requirements.
We’re in it with you! Our teams are currently working from home, doing the best we can to support our customers and trying not to skip a beat when it comes to giving you our best support. We may not be as rapid as we like to be, but we are here, being resilient and open to change as it comes our way. Please excuse our dust while we help you build in this brave new world.
If you need to fix a missing or corrupt SketchUp network license file on your existing server:
SketchUp licenses are version-specific (eg. 2013, 8, 7, 6, etc....). Follow the steps below to upgrade your current SketchUp Pro license to the most recent version of SketchUp Pro, which is 2013:
Please note that SketchUp Web does not support Ruby scripting, there is no way to install and no need to manage Ruby scripts for this version. The Extension Warehouse
Starting with SketchUp Pro 2020 there is only one installer for all available languages, and it downloads the selected language at the time of installation. After you've downloaded your file below, you'll likely want to read how to Install and Activate SketchUp Pro.
To search for models in the 3D Warehouse, use the search box at the top. Maybe you want to add premade items to your SketchUp model, such as windows, doors, or furniture. Perhaps you need cars, trees, or other outdoor details. You could even search for a 3D model of a building plan that you can customize with an interior design.