CLF Center on Origin
This plugin will center components and/or groups onto the model origin 0,0,0.
CLF Center on Origin

Activate this tool from Plugins>Chris Fullmer Tools>Centor on Origin.  It only works with groups and components.  It does not rotate or change the scale of the object.  This is often useful in the gaming industry where models need to be centered to 0,0,0 before exporting for use in a game.

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Hey, i am french and will try to good translate lol in regards of what people said about this plugin, i immediately download it , BUT a window said me it could not run on my mac os Sierra 10.12.6 whith this version ( sketchup 2017) Pleeeaaase have you a solution ?
in fact i am a creator and draw in multiples positions , so sometimes i take overbrain like drunken men

Hi Chris, thx. What must i change, that the z-axis zero is on the bottom of the object and not of the center. I need this often for eagleup.

Daniel F.'s picture

Hey Chris,

When are you planning on releasing the 2016 version for MAC?

Best regards,
Daniel

James D.'s picture

It is for Mac - no ruby extensions on this site are NOT for Mac.

Doweled the file, then go to the Menu: Sketchup - Preferences -> Extensions -> Install Extension. Select your download and click 'open.' Restart Sektchup, reopen preferences, and make sure the installed extension has it's check-mark box checked.

Done.

Ranj P.'s picture

Chris, you've made my life a lot easier. Thanks for this great plugin!

Jordan B.'s picture

An extremely simple tool that acts exactly as advertaised.

Wahid S's picture

thanks, you are a real SU hero

Shel M.'s picture

Perfect - thanks much!

Hong J.'s picture

Sorry, I forgot to restart. now it works beautifully. Thanks!

Hong J.'s picture

I installed the plugin, but can't find it in Plugins>Chris Fullmer Tools>

archdynamics's picture

Chris - thanks for your great plug-ins ... for those of us doing hi-speed production work, these have been a godsend!

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Chris Fullmer has been writing SketchUp plugins since 2009 when he designed a free study course at UC Berkeley aimed at using SketchUp Ruby to make tools to help improve the landscape modeling process. Chris now works for Trimble as the SketchUp Product Manager for the Extensibility Team.