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Strange Level units and need to move building to 0

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s252499
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Strange Level units and need to move building to 0

Hello.

 

I am taking up a project of the building made by another person, and this project has rather strange level units (see image attached).
Instead of ground floor being on level +0.0 (as for project) or at least +450.0 (as for terrain), it seems that units of levels are in millimiters and do not correspond to neither real terrain or project levels.

I need to:

- Change level units to normal ones (project units are ok, I checked)

- Move my building, with basepoint at ground floor (PT), to level +0.0

 

How can I do it?

 

Help would be much appreciated, thank you.

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syman2000
in reply to: s252499

Most likely the previous user use this tool to relocate the project height without physically moving the level to real world elevation. Use this tool move it back to the original location and then move the physical level to meet the terrain elevation.

 

syman2000_0-1693327616200.png

 

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Message 3 of 6
Corsten.Au
in reply to: s252499

Hello

 

Check the Levels Properties, whether its Survey based or Projects Based. and move those accordingly ( in section / Elevation view, switch them on in VG , Site )

Survey Point or Project Base PointSurvey Point or Project Base Point

 

Cheers.

Corsten
Building Designer
Message 4 of 6
s252499
in reply to: syman2000

Hello!
Unfortunately this didn't work.
Message 5 of 6
s252499
in reply to: Corsten.Au

Hello!
Both options do not change anything, unfortunately.
I realized that the dimensioning of elevations is correct, but practically to each level number 100 meters are added. And I don't know how to tackle this and remove those 100 meters.
Additionally, when bringing the project back to 1:1 scale the levels become invisible, and there is no way to change their view scale anyhow...
Message 6 of 6
syman2000
in reply to: s252499

Only way is to share the model so we can take a look what you did wrong.

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