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Conversion of lwo file format to skp file format beta

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Convert LightWave 3D object to SketchUp graphics.

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lwo to skp conversion is used for the purpose of exporting 3D models or other content between Lightwave 3D objects (.lwo) to SketchUp format (.skp). Unfortunately SketchUp does not offer tools for import of lwo files directly, so you have to either find and use some dedicated converter, or find a plugin for Sketchup that adds support for LWO format.

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PolyTrans|CAD+DCC

A 3D CAD translation software

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Additional links: Open lwo file, Open skp file

LWO

An lwo file extension is related to the object files used by LightWave, a 3D rendering software.

SKP

Files with skp file extension are, in almost every case, 3D graphics files or 3d models created and saved using the SketchUp program.

 

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