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Thread: How do I export to IFC with project coordinates and not real world coordinates?

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    Default How do I export to IFC with project coordinates and not real world coordinates?

    Hi,
    I can't figure out where to change this. I don't want the IFC-model to be exported in real world coordinates.
    Cheers,
    Mat

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    Default Re: How do I export to IFC with project coordinates and not real world coordinates?

    You can always change the real-world coordinates temporarily then export and change them back. Tough I'd save-as first, just to make sure the change back / undo doesn't screw anything up. If your project is workshared, you may want to detach a copy from central first.
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    Default Re: How do I export to IFC with project coordinates and not real world coordinates?

    That's what I ended up doing. Maybe it's the only way. Thanks for confirming.

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