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Hello all

A quick question on Material Scales.

In Metric, its easy, I resize the material until it look right to me in Preview Scale where a value of 1000 to me is 1000mm.

In the American Standard, what does the default 30 imply? 30 inches?

regards

Birdman

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In AutoCAD these should always be related to the INSUNITS variable  In the stand-alone ME they're either mm or inches.

Thanks Roy!

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