How to access 3D warehouse files in STYLY

The Google 3D Warehouse gives you access to millions of 3D web-based models so a user can upload or download them in SketchUp. There are vast oceans of 3D content available in layers with each layer containing catalogues.

The 3D Warehouse is a data source to 3D models from real-world architects, game modelers and designers. These catalogs are benefitting designers and consumers to visualize their specifications for the 3D content.

If you are an architect or civil engineer using Autodesk Revit, or a game developer using Maya or even the Open Source Blender. And you want to increase the impact of an interactive environment. That’s where STYLY allows you to incorporate with 3D Warehouse. You can start it by the help of a web-browser.

Go to STYLY web-page.Click on the EDITOR tab.


A separate web-browser tab would be launched. Now you just have to click on Launch STYLY Editor option button.


This will take you to the STYLY Editor.


Once the Editor is loaded you can see a pop-up window. Using the two options on the pop-up you can either create a scene or use the scene you have created. As it requires no downloading at the same time it provides auto-save mode on cloud-space.


Go to Assets Tab on the top-right of the screen.


You can see the default option set on the left translucent screen of the window. You can remove them if you do not need them.When you click on the Assets option it would pop-up an insert Asset window.

Then click on the 3D Model tab.


Go to Upload tab.


Go to 3D WareHouse or click here


Browse and download your model.


WareHouse file will be downloaded in .skp extention so open in SketchUp and export it from there.


In Sketchup go to File option on the top-left of the screen and select Export to save an object and hit 3D Model.


Now select file type in the drop-down menu. You can import .obj, .fbx and .3dx files from Sketchup.


The file will be exported with a pop up window.


Now back to STYLY editor, give your model a name and select exported file from SketchUp and hit upload.


The files would start to upload.


When uploading is done. The status would show completed.


Now go to My Models tab and select Sketchup file.


Your exported files form 3D WareHouse are now in STYLY.


Thanks 3D WareHouse and SketchUp  users. We hope you have found this tutorial useful. If you create some distinctive imports with this technique, please be sure to post your comments.