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    Ive created a 3D ground model, put into a drawing sheet, and have been asked to include in the 3D viewport a 3D UCS icon, for presentation purposes.

    Is this possible if so can someone help.

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    Interesting question. As far as I am aware, it's not possible to print the UCS Icon. This leaves you with 2 options. 1. Make your own 3D UCS Icon and place it in the view where it is most convenient. 2. Make a screen grab of the viewport (including UCS Icon) and insert into a layout as an image. On balance, the first is the better option but requires a little more effort.
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