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Here is a container from sketchup .skp (cleaned up and ready to go). It can be used in VW2015 onwards

 

Works fine in VW (I can't put it in there as I am an education user and you would get a watermark).

 

Import as sketchup, make sure you have create renderworks textures for all materials. The resulting import will be a symbol which can be resized as required. You can delete Layer_Layer0 material and changes the others to suit.

 

shipping container.skp

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On 31/08/2017 at 0:06 AM, Taproot said:

Here's a standard 20' and a 40' high cube.

These are realistic in the sense that the surfaces are corrugated.  If you are planning to modify the units, I've found subtracting / adding solids to be the easiest workflow.

 

Cargo Containers 20 & 40 High Cube.vwx

 

 

That's great, one slight problem is that it won't open in VW2016, Do you have it it 2012 onwards? cheers

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On 31/08/2017 at 7:52 AM, barkest said:

Here is a container from sketchup .skp (cleaned up and ready to go). It can be used in VW2015 onwards

 

Works fine in VW (I can't put it in there as I am an education user and you would get a watermark).

 

Import as sketchup, make sure you have create renderworks textures for all materials. The resulting import will be a symbol which can be resized as required. You can delete Layer_Layer0 material and changes the others to suit.

 

shipping container.skp

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thanks I might give it a go if the VW file method proves troublesome although I don't have Sketchup

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9 hours ago, Cadplan Architecture said:

thanks I might give it a go if the VW file method proves troublesome although I don't have Sketchup

 

You don't need Sketchup. Just import directly into VW. You can scale and retexture inside VW as well. It is all good to use

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He has VW 2016 and the SKP file is a too new version so he needs Sketchup

to convert to previous SKP version or a VW 2016 import (?)

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On 31/08/2017 at 7:52 AM, barkest said:

Here is a container from sketchup .skp (cleaned up and ready to go). It can be used in VW2015 onwards

 

 

 

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On 9/3/2017 at 2:52 AM, Cadplan Architecture said:

That's great, one slight problem is that it won't open in VW2016, Do you have it it 2012 onwards? cheers

 

 

Barkest may have already met your need, but sure ... here's a 2012 version of the file:

 

 

Cargo_Containers_20_&_40_v2012.vwx

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@trashcan There are shipping containers in the Resource Manager in the Objects-Landscape Site>Equipment Shipping Containers file.  There are multiple sizes and they can be connected together to make different structures.

 

 

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