Can anyone tell me what is the best way to save a Rhino file for Sketchup to open?
I have a rather large (150mb) file with a combination of nurbs and mesh in it – I tried both .skp and .3ds to no avail. Spoke to John Brock yesterday, who suggested that I first run Mesh, hide the nurbs to see what Sketchup would see. Was successful with this, but when I tried saving it as .skp nothing came out, when I tried .3ds, I was able to get a .3ds file but when my colleague tried to open it with Sketchup it spent about 20 minutes parsing the file and only got about 1/4 way through it… so we gave up.
As there are a lot of Sketchup users out there, I am wondering if there any tips out there on how to best do it?