I am struggling a bit with placing some construction points based on some UTM32 coordinates I pulled from a public provider.

The points are all placed correctly relative to each other, but when overlayed over a geolocation snapshot the figure looks mirrored, rotated and squashed.

The model is geolocated:

I tried to run the following code in a model geolocated near the point:

```
point = [6116763.558, 519305.906]
utm_zone_number = 32
utm_zone_letter = "U"
model = Sketchup.active_model
pointutm = Geom::UTM.new utm_zone_number, utm_zone_letter, point[1], point[0]
point3Dutm = model::utm_to_point(pointutm)
utm_from_point = model::point_to_utm(point3Dutm)
```

For some reason the coordinates from the source are y, x it looks like.

The UTM object:

```
pointutm
UTM(32 U 519305.90600 6116763.55800)
```

but the conversion to a point3D seems to be wrong, because if I convert the point3D back into UTM the coordinates are not the same:

```
utm_from_point
UTM(32 U 519495.01108 6116192.84162)
```

What gives? They are off, but not by that much.

model.get_datum gives me â€śWGS 84â€ť if that has any significance.