The information in this article applies to:
I can't find the objects I want in the Library Browser. Where can I obtain a larger selection of these types of symbol files to use in Chief Architect?
Chief Architect allows you to import 3D symbols from many different sources, as long as they have one of the following file formats: 3D .dwg, .dxf, .obj, .3ds, .stl, .skp, and .dae.
The sites listed below are just a few of the options in which you can find additional 3D symbols.
Chief Architect does not endorse or support the use of any symbols obtained from third party sources. We cannot guarantee the reliability nor can Chief Architect be held responsible for the content found on third party websites. Some editing of models in third party software may be required.
Please keep in mind that third party symbols with extremely high face counts may severely increase rendering times.
If you plan on downloading multiple symbols to bring into your design, you may find it helpful to create a folder in an easy-to-access location on your computer, such as your Desktop or Documents folder.
Once a 3D symbol has been downloaded and saved onto your computer, you're ready to bring it into your Chief Architect plan.
Files can also be dragged from your Desktop, Documents folder, or other location, and then dropped directly into a floor plan view to initiate the Import 3D Symbol process.