I have draw a figure for building but I need to change the size of the design to be Scale 1:5 , but honestly I’m not sure 1:5 equal how many CM, so, is there away to convert any object from CM to Scale 1:5 ?

Can you explain a bit more why you need to do this and what is your end goal?

If it is a drawing do know that Layouts let you specify a custom scale.

Regarding the model… 1:1 basically means real size. So 1:5 means dividing the real size by 5.

That is the same as scaling by 1/5. You can input that directly into the `Scale` command.

As a point you can pick anywhere or maybe you want it it remain in the same place, in that case you can create the Bounnding Box of your model with `BoundingBox` command, and extract the ground face and use its center as the center for scaling.

PD: if your model measures 10cm in height, just divide it by 5 and that is your new height in scale 1:5.

Thank you for the info, it’s help me a lot, actually I’m drawing a building with real size but I need to print it using 3d printer as scale 1:75 .