Why won't MEP keep the same tray orientation.
I need the open side of the tray outwards all the time, as if I was installing the tray to follow the line of a wall and ceiling. MEP does not seem to be able to understand this basic installation concept.
dwg file attached
So once again the software is hopeless and bears no relationship to the real world what so ever. I keep wondering how all of these large companies that keep singing the praises of AutoCAD MEP manage, I believe that Revit MEP has the same problem.
Do Autodesk not realise that this is a very common way of installing cable tray, cable trunking and cable ladder? If not why not since I'm told that Autodesk consulted many engineers when developing this software (I don't think so) Or maybe these engineers had never actually been on a construction site!
I've logged this issue for our development team to investigate with reference number 1412405
Martin Schmid, P.E.
Product Manager - Analysis and Countrification
Architecture, Engineering, and Construction