My cave survey freeware can export its cave map in DXF format, where XYZ coordinates are orthogonal meters from the origin station (0,0,0 by default). A user asks me to export this DXF so that it geolocates itself properly in QGIS. a georeference is available for the origin station in the raw survey data. How can I pass this geodesic information into the DXF file for QGIS? I suggested my user to alter the origin station coordinates to match its WGS84 UTM coordinates, but that does not seem to work. He also tried changing these origin station coordinates to latitude/longitude degrees, to no avail.
Can a DXF be georeferenced so that it opens and geolocates itself correctly in QGIS without any further user intervention like using bending plugins or creating shapefiles?