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Find a software converter able to convert zip files to skp files.

Unfortunately, we do not know about any direct zip to skp conversion. But it might just be that users are looking for a way to recover SketchUp drawings from ZIP archives, in which case you just have to decompress the archive. Some archives can be protected with password and without it, it's impossible to extract the contents. 

Updated: January 22, 2021

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

 

Additional links: Open zip file, Open skp file

ZIP

Files with zip is associated with the WinZip compression tool. ZIP file is compressed archive container that contains archived files, compressed in ZIP compression format. Common archive format that can be extracted with any archiving tool.

Files with zip file extension are also used for theme packs made in Stardock ObjectBar program. Most likely standard ZIP.

A zip file extension is related to various computer games and used for its game resource data files.

A zip file extension is related to the Oolite video game and used for its expansion packs.

SKP

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

An skp file extension is related to the Sage accounting software print format.

An skp file extension is related to the COREX (CORpus EXploitation) software. An skp file stores orthographic transcription with signal linking data.

An skp file extension is related to the SSEYO Koan play data format.

 

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