To make your Revit to SketchUp transition simpler and more efficient, we have developed a converter that enables you to bring in native Revit files to SketchUp! 

Key features in the current beta version:

  • The Revit families and instances would be converted to SketchUp components and instances

  • Revit families categories transitioned to SketchUp tags 

  • Materials translation 

  • Geometry optimisation for lighter models

  • Revit levels translate to SketchUp sections

  • Proxy for Revit links and the ability to bring in multiple Revit file links

To participate in this public beta, you need to note the following 

  • The Revit Importer is currently Windows-only

  • The Revit Importer works with SketchUp Pro 2021 and 2022

  • You will need a valid SketchUp Pro or Studio or Trial subscription 

  • We can provide you with a license for the testing; just indicate it in the signup form

  • To test the importer, you can use any Revit (.rvt) file from Revit 2011 through Revit 2022

  • You will not need a Revit license, though, just a Revit file

  • Revit 2023 version support is coming in the Autumn time

We look forward to having you in the beta group!