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Trimble SketchUp Pro 2017 Nonprofit 1-Year License

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You can authorize your SketchUp Pro Nonprofit license on one machine for each license.

The SketchUp Pro Nonprofit 1-year license is functionally exactly the same as the $695 commercial SketchUp Pro license. No watermark appears on images created with the SketchUp Pro Nonprofit 1-year license. A SketchUp Pro license will authorize the application in any of the language options available for SketchUp Pro.

Please note that the SketchUp Pro Nonprofit license is to be used for nonprofit or educational purposes by Nonprofits with 501(c)(3) status only; it should not be used for commercial (for-profit) work of any kind. Research and Facilities/Planning departments within educational institutions do not qualify for SketchUp Pro Nonprofit licenses.

If you are not in the United States or Canada, please order from an International SketchUp Pro Reseller. If your country does not have a SketchUp Pro Reseller, you may order from Creation Engine.

Free updates to the latest version of SketchUp Pro are emailed out during the 1-year license term. Please email your name and serial number to sketchup@creationengine.com if you have not received your free update within a week after a new release.

Differences between SketchUp Make and SketchUp Pro



product description

The most intuitive way to design, document and communicate your ideas in 3D

Make everything easier


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

  • 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.
  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.
Customize Your SketchUp

Extensions are add-on tools built to solve the kind of modeling problems that might otherwise leave you scratching your head. And there are hundreds for you to explore.
Browse Extension Warehouse


What's New in 2017?

Performance

Pipeline 2.0

What matters more than how fast, smoothly, and reliably SketchUp renders your models?

In this release, we've made major improvements to our graphics pipeline, allowing for performance improvements everywhere you see a .SKP.  Now, SketchUp, 3D Warehouse, LayOut, my.SketchUp, and Trimble Connect all render models using the same under-the-hood algorithms, all tuned for buttery 3D orbiting.


Transparency

See (thru) that?
Along with our graphics pipeline overhaul, we've made big improvements to transparency, which should now render at higher quality and faster too. SketchUp is also now way better at displaying multiple transparencies to provide a more realistic sense of depth across several clear faces. And for good measure, we've added the ability to fine-tune the opacity level in X-ray mode.


Drawing

Click and... Release!

We're always sharpening 'heuristics', the ins and outs that make SketchUp quick and precise.

High DPI Modeling
We've tuned snapping and inferencing for high definition monitors (like Apple's Retina Display). Edge weights have also been smart-scaled. You can back away from your screen now...

Smart Offset
Our new Offset avoids overlapping and self-intersecting geometry. Clean offsets, every time you hit 'F' (even in LayOut!)

Perpendicular Face Inferencing
Have you mastered parallel inferencing? We've added a 'Perpendicular to Face' inference. Hover a face; SketchUp will helpfully snap to its perpendicular.

Righteous Rectangles
Our Rectangle tools now utilize the arrow-key axis-locking (just like Circle and Polygon tools). Psst... find a Square or Golden Section; hold shift to lock that in too!


Axis Coloring

3D for every-cone
In SketchUp 2017, we're introducing customization for the colors that display SketchUp's axes and inferencing. We hope people with any degree of color blindness will tweak these important color schemes to make SketchUp and LayOut work just right.


Tables

Introducing... Tables

Great documents often feature important information, so we built Tables, a great way to manage spreadsheets in LayOut. Create a Table from scratch, or import a .CSV or Excel file. Tables behave just like other spreadsheets: edit text, style cells, modify columns and rows... you get the gist. LayOut references your original spreadsheet, so updating every Table in your document is as simple as... click!


CAD Advances

High Fidelity .DWG
Many people use linework from SketchUp in other CAD applications. We've re-written LayOut's .DWG/.DXF exporter to make their lives a lot easier.

One DWG
Previously, a ten page LayOut file would export as ten separate .dwg's. Now you'll get just one .dwg with ten separate tabs for each page.

Native Entities
In the old days, LayOut entities like dimensions, clipping masks, and labels would explode into raw geometry upon export. Now, they'll import smartly into AutoCAD and behave just as expected.

Smart Scaling
LayOut exports are now smart enough to self scale for paper size or model space. Drawing entities like labels and, and polygons scales to paper size. Model linework scales to model space.

Color by Layer
We've added an oft-requested ‘Color-by-Layer' option to CAD exports, so all entities on a given layer may export as one color. By default, black linework exports so that it renders as black on a white background and white on a black background. That's like candy for CAD fiends.


Extension Manager
A new utility, Extension Manager is a one-look view of your SketchUp extensions. From here, it's easy to toggle on and off custom tools (or uninstall them entirely). Extension Manager also displays an extension's Digital Signature, the indication it meets our standard for quality and security.


Persistent ID's
Now, when you make a change to your SketchUp model, any LayOut dimensions associated with the model update to reflect your edit. This possible thanks to a new feature across SketchUp platform called Persistent IDs. These are identifiers for geometry that help SketchUp (and its extensions) manipulate individual entities, like a specific edge or face. Basically, every sliver of your model just got smarter.


system requirements

Like many computer programs, SketchUp Make and SketchUp Pro require certain hardware and software specifications in order to install and run. These are basic requirements, though, so you may want to use our recommended suggestions to improve performance. The following list of requirements and recommendations apply to SketchUp Pro 2017 and SketchUp Make 2017.

Windows 10, Windows 8+ and Windows 7+
  • Software
    • An internet connection is required to install and authorize SketchUp and to use some of the features.
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer 9.0 or higher.
    • SketchUp Pro requires .NET Framework version 4.5.2. For more information about the .NET framework, click here.
    *SketchUp requires a 64-bit version of Windows.
    *Boot Camp, VMWare, and Parallels are not supported environments.

  • Recommended hardware
    • 2+ GHz processor
    • 8+ GB RAM
    • 700MB of available hard-disk space
    • 3D class video card with 1GB of memory or higher and supports hardware acceleration. Please ensure that the video card driver supports OpenGL version 3.0 or higher and is up to date.
      *SketchUp's performance relies heavily the graphics card driver and its ability to support OpenGL 3.0 or higher. To test your graphics card's compatibility, please download and run the SketchUp 2017 Checkup application. Historically, people have seen problems with Intel-based cards with SketchUp. We don't recommend using these graphics cards with SketchUp at this time.
    • 3-button, scroll-wheel mouse.

  • Minimum hardware
    • 1 GHz processor
    • 4GB RAM
    • 16GB of total hard-disk space
    • 500MB of free hard-disk space
    • 3D-class video card with 512MB of memory or higher and supports hardware acceleration. Please ensure that the video card driver supports OpenGL version 3.0 or higher and is up to date.
Mac OS X 10.12+ (Sierra), 10.11+ (El Capitan) and 10.10+ (Yosemite)
  • Software
    • QuickTime 5.0 and web browser for multimedia tutorials.
    • Safari
    *Boot Camp, VMWare, and Parallels are not supported environments.

  • Recommended hardware
    • 2.1+ GHz Intel processor
    • 8GB RAM
    • 700MB of available hard-disk space
    • 3D-class video card with 1GB of memory or higher and supports hardware acceleration. Please ensure that the video card driver supports OpenGL version 3.0 or higher and is up to date.
    • 3-button, scroll-wheel mouse
    • An internet connection is required to authorize SketchUp and to use some of the features.

  • Minimum hardware
    • 2.1+ GHz Intel processor
    • 4GB RAM
    • 500MB of available hard-disk space.
    • 3D-class video card with 512MB of memory or higher and supports hardware acceleration. Please ensure that the video card driver supports OpenGL version 3.0 or higher and up to date.
    • 3-button, scroll-wheel mouse.
*To use your license with SketchUp Pro you must have internet access. For additional details concerning these internet requirements, please read Understanding Your License.

Compatibility Changes
SketchUp 2017
With the release of SketchUp 2017, we've removed support for 32-bit operating systems, OpenGL 2.0, and software rendering of models (as opposed to hardware acceleration). We also removed support for OS X 10.9 (Mavericks.)
Unsupported environments
Windows Vista and older
These versions of Windows are no longer supported.

Mac OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) and older
These versions of OS X are no longer supported.

Linux
A Linux version of SketchUp isn't available at this time. However, you may be interested to see how others have had success running SketchUp on Linux using Wine.

Virtualized Environments
At this time, SketchUp doesn't support operation in a virtualized environments such as VMWare or Citrix.
Per the SketchUp Pro License in section 1.1: You may not use or host the Software in a virtual server environment.

Boot Camp/Parallels/VMWare
Neither Boot Camp, VMWare nor Parallels are supported environments.
Note: SketchUp will run on multiple-processor machines; however, SketchUp will only use one processor. SketchUp doesn't support hyper-threading or multi-threading at this time.

Note:
You can use Logitech 3D Motion Controllers from 3Dconnexion to create models in SketchUp. The 3Dconnexion website has more information about these controllers.


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