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*Doug
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Kohler Tubs

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01-20-2004 05:09 AM
I have imported a Kohler DWG file into Revit. PROBLEM: All of the whirlpool tube jets are 90 degrees to the surface of the tub. This is not the case when I open the file in ADT 3.0. Any Solutions? Doug
*Aaron Rumple
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Re: Kohler Tubs

01-20-2004 08:44 AM in reply to: *Doug
Are the jets a block with non-uniform scaling or have they been mirrored in AutoCAD? AutoCAD can do some strange things with the UCS that affects import into other projrams. "Doug" wrote in message news:400d28a5$1_2@newsprd01... > I have imported a Kohler DWG file into Revit. > PROBLEM: > All of the whirlpool tube jets are 90 degrees to the surface of the tub. > This is not the case when I open the file in ADT 3.0. > > Any Solutions? > > Doug > >
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Re: Kohler Tubs

01-20-2004 11:36 AM in reply to: *Doug
Just a thought, but there are quite a few Kohler based families on www.rugi.org Have you checked them out? If not, what you want might already be there?

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