These are the export formats for Sketchup 5, the commercial version. You'd
have to check if this also applies to the free one. Export formats usually
get trimmed in the teaser version. In any case, none of these are the
solids/surfaces neutral formats we're familiar with, like IGES, STEP, SAT or
STL, nor are any of the mentioned 3d vector formats supported by Pro/e. Maya
and AutoCAD have supported formats, though, which means that they could be
used as intermediary translators.
But, as John pointed out, no imported data retains the parametrics of its
native format. Pro/e strips it all out. You can add extruded cuts and solid
features to the imported geometry but, with the exception of models exported
through the Granite Interoperability Kernel, the imported geometry does not
contain modifiable dimensions.
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