Extensions: 29
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.
This is a template for developers to use when writing their own SketchUp Extensions.
This plugin will record model navigation out to a series of images or scenes, which can then be turned into a movie.
Quickly place multiple pre-selected components throughout a model
Bend a group or component to match an existing curve.
String components together like beads on a necklace.
Scale and/or Rotate multiple components/groups either uniformly or randomly.
Add a Construction Point to the "should-be" centerpoint of an exploded arc or circle.
Add color to faces based on the slope of the face.
Add color to faces based on the Z location (height) of the face.
This script will take the selection and paint it random colors that the user inputs.
Quickly paint faces using selected materials
This script takes a component and copies it onto all selected faces.
This plugin will center components and/or groups onto the model origin 0,0,0.
This plugin creates simple "greebles" in your model.
Turn loose geometry into groups
Turns a model into a normal map for exporting to be used in 3rd party renderers.
Select all outer edges of selected geometry
Select lines that are the same length of the selected line, or of a specified length.
This script smoothly connects curves using a simple lofting technique.
Three tools to help make vertical or normal lines by clicking on a point, then enter the desired line length or elevation.
Import Voodoo camera tracking software files into SketchUp.
This extension takes the YZ coordinates from a first point and the X coordinate from a 2nd point and uses those 2 points and adds a construction point in that location.
This script creates new standard views that support user defined axes.
Add a text label to every edge that borders only one face.
This script shows the cursor location and screen position, and the name of the selected component.
Three tools to help create faces perpendicular to the end of lines.
two tests all wrapped into one!