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Publish, share and collaborate with read-only representations of your Google SketchUp models with eDrawings.
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eDrawings for SketchUp is the first email enabled collaboration tool designed to ease the sharing and interpretation of 2D & 3D product design data. It is a plug-in for SketchUp that allows users to publish Inventor files as read only and ultra compact (upto 95% compression) eDrawings files for visualization, collaboration and design review.
Review enabled eDrawings files allow an unlimited number of recipients to easily query product designs, add markup and provide feedback. With eDrawings, the end recipients don’t need to buy any additional software for design review, markup, measurement and dynamic cross sectioning.
Save eDrawings files as self extracting executables and zip files that contain the viewer as well as design data. With eDrawings executables, the end recipient does not need to download or install any additional software. Exporting to various image formats and STL is also available.
eDrawings provides you with greater control over your design information by disabling measurement, disabling STL export and password protection.
Features & Benefits
View, publish and share exact read-only representations of SketchUp models for design review and collaboration.
eDrawings are substantially smaller in size compared to the original CAD files, making them easy to send by email, even over slow connections. With eDrawings, it’s finally practical to send design data via email.
Demonstrate how drawing views relate to each other. With the click of a button eDrawings animates all the views contained in your drawing. Try out this feature yourself and see why everyone is so excited about eDrawings!
eDrawings offer a complete, self-contained communication tool since no other viewing software is needed. In addition, eDrawings viewer can view native SolidWorks parts, assemblies and drawings, and also AutoCAD files.
View cross sections of part and assembly files by creating a variety of cross section planes.
Use the Measure tool to measure exact dimensions in part, assembly, and drawing files.
Move, show and hide components in an assembly file, or in a drawing file of an assembly. You can also move entire subassemblies.
Add markup elements, such as geometric elements, clouds, text, or dimensions to the comment using the markup tools.
Password protect eDrawings, disable measurement and STL export to protect sensitive data.
Insert your company logos and images as stamps in the eDrawings file.
eDrawings can be optionally exported by the eDrawings Viewer as STL files.