I went with the default behaviour of how the lidar data etc imported, far from it for me to start meddling and relocate it, as surely another import might not reference correctly.
I had no idea that rhino would require such inbuilt georeferencing to be overidden. Having worked with GIS I leave things alone as someone ‘in the know’ makes it all knit together.
So I need to resite all the terrains, maps etc as they come in to a world origin.
So do I understand correctly, I click on the south east corner of each dxf or dwg or tiff or points set and run the move command and enter w0,0,0 ?
the lidar didnt have a sharp corner though, but being many hundreds of points the corner was where my polygon chop had fallen on it when purchasing it. Not sure if even a dwg file of OS hedges and so on has a ‘corner’, not sure I can find a common point for all the different data that I imported.
Should I draw a bounding box for the site and keep that in the location where the data first comes in, then clone that and group it to whatever import I make, and use its south east corner each time to move it to w0,0,0 ?