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Project Summary

A plugin that allows the user to select SketchUp faces and export the oulines of these faces to a Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) file.

Developed to help with constructing designs for laser cutting.

SVG editor of choice is Inkscape. Now testing with Ponoko for online laser cutting.

UPDATE (9.12.09): Ponoko Inkscape users - make sure you are using version 0.47 of Inkscape or later (import scaling issues for templates have been resolved)

UPDATE (11.11.09): The latest version is 0.99. The following functionality has been added:

Exporting text annotations

Changing line colours and width

Launching your SVG editor from SketchUp

See previous documentation on: Exporting SVG faces from SketchUp

Do you know about approximation in SketchUp, if not see this wiki page.

Some recent projects using the plugin:


cnc cutting graphics inkscape laser plugin ponoko scalable sketchup svg vector

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30 Day Summary

Apr 9 2016 — May 9 2016

12 Month Summary

May 9 2015 — May 9 2016


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