Easily export sheets from Sketchup to Cutlist Plus fx.
Windows only. Tested with Sketchup 2016/2017
Download ZIP archive and extract to
%APPDATA%\SketchUp\SketchUp 2017\SketchUp\Plugins (replace 2017 with your version).
Create your furniture in Sketchup, with each part as a separate component. Select the parts you want to export to Cutlist and click 'copy to clipboard'.
In Cutlist, open Edit -> Import Parts from Clipboard. Make sure "First row has headers" is ticked, and press "Auto-map columns". Click "Finish" and your parts should appear in the parts tab.
|Info||Add information to the "Info" column of Cutlist|
|Material||Primary/Secondary materials can be defined in Cutlist|
|Skip||This item will never be exported to Cutlist|
|Rotate 90°||Rotate this parts 90°, changing the grain direction|
|Double||When a part is 36mm thick in Sketchup, this option will add 2x 18mm thick in Cutlist|
|Split||When a part is 1000mm long in Sketchup, this option will add 2x 500mm to Cutlist when Split is set to 2|
In Cutlist Plus fx, use Materials -> Export database with the following settings:
Export the file as
materials.csv and place it in
%APPDATA%\SketchUp\SketchUp 2017\SketchUp\Plugins\SheetExporter\materials (replace 2017 with your version)
(If the exported file consists of only one line, enable "Use Unicode file format when exporting" in Settings -> General preferences -> File Locations (tab))
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details