Revit MEP

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Pipe Justification Problem

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11-07-2012 05:21 AM

i'm running REVIT MEP 2013, and out ot the box i've been having this problem with the generic pipe transition..




but when i click on the justify tab for both pipes, and even the fitting, they all show center justify..




is there another family i should be using, or is there a justification setting that i don't know about that could help.




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Re: Pipe Justification Problem

11-12-2012 11:18 AM in reply to: blamb97

I am experiencing the same problem. Can anyone help? In addition, using the generic sizes, elbows and T's and othe jointing connections don't change size when a new layout is drawn with a new piping diameter

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Re: Pipe Justification Problem

11-12-2012 11:26 AM in reply to: blamb97

i was attempting to use a specific pipe type, the only way that i was able to get the transition to show corretly was to change the type to "standard".  it doesn't necessarily fix the problem, but it was a work around that allowed me to move forward for the deadline.

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Re: Pipe Justification Problem

11-12-2012 11:33 AM in reply to: blamb97

Try deleting the transition and then set the justification the Justification of the Pipes. Then reconnect them using the Trim/Extend command.

I don't believe that changing the Justification of existing elements has a "correcting" effect.

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Re: Pipe Justification Problem

11-12-2012 12:32 PM in reply to: CADastrophe

thanks, i did try that, and i tried to illustrate that in the second screen capture.  all the justifications were center, before, and after the incorrect transition was created.  not until i changed the pipe type to a generic, versus the specific did it create the correct transitions.

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