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jdharrison
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Elevations

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01-10-2013 01:16 PM

I am manualy entering points with a descrption and elevation. when I export the points into a file and view the points the elevations have change approximately 400' in elevations and the difference is not constent.But if I want to edit the point the elevations show up correct. This is only happing in one drawing, my others are come out correct. I am working with AutoCad Civil 3d 2012 and not in a 3d format.

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wfberry
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Re: Elevations

01-10-2013 01:26 PM in reply to: jdharrison

I believe the quickest and easiest recommendation is for you to attach your dwg and your export file here in the forum.

 

Bill

 

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tcorey
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Re: Elevations

01-10-2013 05:01 PM in reply to: jdharrison

You could have exported from a metric drawing to an Imperial point file format, or vice-versa.

 

Transformation settings? Drawing set to inches, not feet?

 

Like Bill suggested, the easiest, fastest answer will come if you post your data.

 

Best regards,

 

Tim

Tim Corey, Owner
Delta Engineering Systems
Redding, CA
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