UrbanLISP innovative AutoCAD commands and Strategies by Rob Koningen
AutoCAD and SketchUp are just two of the many available computer-aided drawing programs. The reasons why you might pick one over another are various. Maybe you were educated in one, maybe you need to use an industry or office standard or perhaps it depends on the phase the project is in. Either way chances are great that you will need to import a file of one CAD program into another at some point.
Even though file sharing between programs has drastically improved over the last few decades, the programs themselves still have their specific oddities we have to deal with. In the best case you’ll find a way to use those oddities to your benefit rather than letting them set you back countless frustrating hours.
The ‘Prepare for SketchUp’ command is one tool that does just that. You can find it at the UrbanLISP app store.
Author: Rob Koningen