When I create a new ISO the line is drawn at a scale 1 on 1.
Checked my ISO template and drawing area is correct.
I've made a lot of Iso during the day and suddenly changed to this ( See attachment)
I have had this same thing happen on a few isos. Curious to find out what the issue is.
What I've found is that if the line is a branch from another, breaking the connectivity seemed to "fix" it. Of couse doing this breaks the continuity. One thing to try on yours is to delete the pipe segment between the elbow and the continued tee, then re-run a test iso.
Sometimes, remodeling the line fixes it.
Check that line number isn't being used across other items in the model. Eg, there might be a weld dot with the same line number, or a rogue item. You can check by filtering out the layer (if you're using line number for layer) and seeing where the items on that line number are.
Tried all the above things
*isolate the line layer (Looked for weld dots outside the line)
*Deleting the line and redraw it
Non of these where any successful.
Changed the linenumber in P&ID and draw the line again with the new number and it came out fine.
Tomislav I'm not able to post my model to the internet due to confidentiality policies.
We too have run in to this issue a few times. A fix we came to in house, was to delete and redraw as many components as necessary until the Iso Plots clean.
Today i also got this problem.
I have done thusends of iso´s but this has never ucure.
Same problem as everyone else here. Iso is drawn with scale 1:1 and there is a huge gap petwin elbows and pipes.
look at img for info
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