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3D Model Library for Google SketchUp

The worldwide leader in system integration software, D-Tools, Inc., announced the development of a library of 3D shapes for use with Google SketchUp, the world’s leading free 3D design application. It will feature AV, Energy/Solar, IT, and Security product shapes that can be used to design 3D systems in the Google SketchUp environment. Product libraries will be available for users to download at no cost. D-Tools will be demonstrating these new 3D shapes at in booth #1757 at CEDIA Expo September 10-13th.

Adam Stone, President and CEO of D-Tools said, “We are extremely excited to be able to take our years of design expertise and move to what we believe will be part of the next generation of system design. The D-Tools 3D Model Library for Google SketchUp will enable system designers in a variety of industries to build complete 3D models based on the Google SketchUp platform, and we are working on integrating these new 3D models into the D-Tools data model – which will make it possible for our customers to design, document, and deliver their projects in both 2D and 3D environments.”

More 3D Models for Google SketchUp

source: gisuser.com

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