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Reading SketchUp models (.SKP) in Revit.

A - answer Autodesk Revit (R9 and higher) supports import of 3D models in the SKP format (Google SketchUp). See File > Import > CAD formats.

So you can use 3D models from the online library Google 3D Warehouse in your Revit projects.

Revit 9.x supports the SketchUp 5 format, Revit 2008 also the newer SketchUp 6 format.

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applies to: Revit 2008 · Revit 9 ·

See also:
Tip 11139:Which Autodesk applications can open a .3DM (Rhino) file?
Tip 10903:How to import an Illustrator file (.AI) into AutoCAD (.DWG)?
Tip 10356:Beware of the option Disjoin when moving elements in Revit.
Tip 10303:Overview of CAD formats supported in Inventor 2016 (import/export).
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