Hi, I have read other issues involving this problem but need some additional help. I have a Rhino file (since I primarily model with Rhino) and a coworker uses sketchup. I export to sketchup as my default export and everything looks great with the model including my textures that I added. However, when my coworker tries to work on the file in sketchup it creates a headache for him since none of the polysurfaces are grouped. My solution (that I researched) was to export as a dwg and bam, everything is grouped as their own polysurfaces, but there are two issues. 1. Textures that I added are not in the file (will be a headache in the future if everytime I export there needs to be a long process of reapplying textures). 2. My coworker has explained that is difficult to modify objects with the dwg file which he imported into Sketchup explaining that the floor is unable to be extruded or offset, etc. This won’t work for building 3d models in the office.
Is there a plugin for Rhino/Grasshopper that can help or an easier way to make it editable within Sketchup? I cannot stand working in Sketchup and don’t plan on doing so and my coworkers will still continue to use this horrendous program. Any help to these issues?