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    Control Room Calculation Point

    Hi there, i want to know if its possible to move room calculation point depending of the parameter from Center RP of the family

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    The calculation point originates at the intersection of whatever reference planes you have set to be the origin in your family. So you can move it in that sense, but not in the way you are hoping.

    I do wonder what the purpose of having your fixture move around the origin is, and why you can't/don't just move it in the project.

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