I have a site plan, in DWG format. It was provided to me by a surveyor.
When I import this into a new project I get the following message:
Warning: Some imported geometry is extremely far from the model origin. If you experience any instability with your SketchUp model, please delete that geometry from your .dwg/.dxf file and import again. AutoCAD Entities Imported: Layers: 52 Blocks: 5 Arcs: 10 Circles: 4 Inserts: 29 Lines: 230 Points: 322 AutoCAD Entities Simplified: Coords out of range: 2424 AutoCAD Entities Ignored: AttDefs: 20 M-Texts: 10 Texts: 746 Anonymous Blocks: 22 Self-referencing Blocks: 291 Zombies and Others: 6
I used the following options:
It’s the warning that seems relevant. I am unable to see the imported objects anywhere, even after zooming out about as far as Sketchup seems to allow me to.
What’s the correct / best way to get a site plan into Sketchup? I am thinking it might contain elevation data that is positioning the objects roughly 400m in above ground level in the new model.
Thanks very much…