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2D schematics and controls

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10-05-2013 04:57 PM

I work as a mechanical designer.  Everyone in the design team I work in still uses AutoCAD for schematics and controls.  As I'm laying out my design, I normally set the detail to "Fine" so I can take full advantage of the realism.  When I set the detail to "Course" I notice some of the symbols revert back to the universal 2D representation.. i.e.. The the check valve.  When I click on the check valve and enter the family editor, I can't seem to find the 2D representation, only the 3D.  Where are the 2Ds?  I go in to the annotations folder then mechanical but only find a select few,  I would like to find the "Course" symbols so I can layout my schematics and controls all in Revit.  I'm trying to ultimately phase out AutoCAD.



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Re: 2D schematics and controls

10-06-2013 03:18 AM in reply to: RJK42

generally speaking, you could go to the plan view in the family editor to see some model lines for 2d representation.

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