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Registered: ‎08-25-2004
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Stuctural Members - not "connecting"

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08-25-2004 09:44 AM
I am trying to start a project n revit. I have layed a Structural grid out...the framing is Precast conc. & inverted teee beams which slope from low points to high points. When I start framing I notice Members such as the inverted Tee Beams Jump and do not connect always as they should...I am having the same problem with the Precast Tees (not wanting to seat on the beam and clean up as they should.

Has anyone else encountered this? And if so how can I get around it?

Any help is greatly appreciated

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