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Old   June 23, 2014, 03:39
Question How to define imported coordinate file's units?
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Hello there, I have a design modeler file that has been modeled in mm units (say, in a 3000x3000x3000 mm bounding box) and want to import a txt file that includes values in meter units (like 1.05 etc). Is there a way to import that file in meters without multiplying all of them by 1000 in Excel etc? Thanks in advance.
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