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Sweden based renowned architect Eneroth has developed an exclusive plugin for sketchup. The plugin is known as Eneroth Material Extractor for sketchup.

This sketchup plugin is compatible with SketchUp 8, SketchUp 2013, SketchUp 2014.

The plugin is applied to save all materials in model to external file for being included to another model. By applying this sketchup plugin the users will be able to obtain all materials from master model into sub models for smaller elements.

The sketchup users often face problems with duplicated materials while inserting elements which are created in individual models to a master model as the users made a new material in the sub model although there prevailed a identical one in the master model.

This plugin easily locates all materials in a model and save them as a Sketchup file that is replicated into a sub model to have the similar material palette there.
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