Upgrade from 2016 pro

I own a licence for sketchup pro 2016. Can I upgrade to Sketchup Pro 2017, and if so, what is the price?

I use sketchup for personal woodworking modeling for one or two projects per year. I would like to be able to access the extension warehouse and 3d model warehouse and be able to print to scale. Using solid modeling tools is a plus. What is the least expensive option for me going forward?

Thanks for your help.

Allen
Allen

Least expensive would be not to upgrade at all.
You can download collada files from the warehouse using a browser and import them into SU2016
You can download Extensions from the EWarehouse using a browser and install them into SU 2016.
You could print to scale from layout.

If it was v2016 that you bought, (and not an upgrade from v2015,) then it came with upgrade rights to Pro 2017.

So your least expensive option to get “in SketchUp” access to EW and 3DW would be to check your license for the upgrade rights. If you have rights, request a SU2017 license (ie, each yearly release has it’s own license.)

I’d still think paying a fee to upgrade to 2017 Pro would also be the least expensive of the upgrades (if you don’t have free upgrade rights.)


Check the HW & SW Requirements for SU2017 against your machine (still on a Surface Book ?)

Read the Migration page …