I'm working for a Non-US car manufacture and they are using TBH instead of XYZ for their coordinate system. T is equivalent to X, B to Y and H to Z. They also have LB for -Y (Left of CL) and RB for +Y (Right of CL). Does anyone know what TBH stands for (like: ?,Berth?, Height?) and/or why it's used?
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