In this post Belén Fernández, a professor at Íscar Software de Arquitectura, tells you some design tricks with SketchUp to print in 3D . 7 golden rules that you must follow for a correct 3D printing from SketchUp ... Because modeling to render is not the same as modeling to print in 3D .
SketchUp is a 3D and 2D modeling software developed to manage the different project phases. It is mainly used for design in the construction industry (architectural design, urban planning, engineering, etc.).
When Parisian design guru Didier Krzentowski, founder of the gallery KREO, introduced interior architect Rodolphe Parente to a pair of sophisticated young collectors in the sunny South of France, it was a match made in heaven. “They are my age, so it was all super easy and nice," Parente, who worked alongside decorator Arnaud Christin on the project, says. "They wanted to create a space which was a bit different, to go further than just decoration, so we started with zero references and created a story together." The clients, a young couple with two children, live between Paris and the Côte d’Azur. They also, as it happens, have a wonderful, growing collection of contemporary art and design pieces.
V-Ray is the rendering and simulation software used by architects, designers and artists to create photorealistic images and animations, created by the world leader in computer graphics, Chaos Group.
- POWERFUL ASSET MANAGEMENT
- DEEP SKETCHUP CONNECTION
- EFFICIENT RENDER CONTROL
- NEW MATERIALS AND TEXTURES
- AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE AND WHITE BALANCE
- ADAPTIVE DOME LIGHT
- FASTER RENDERING
- AI DENOISER
Sketchup (formerly Google Sketchup) is 3D modeling software that is easy to use and provides a large database of user-created models for download. You can use it to sketch (or import) models to help with all sorts of projects: furniture making, video game creation, 3D printing, interior design, and whatever else you can think of.