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Registered: ‎10-29-2012
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annotation scales on pipe fittings

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10-29-2012 11:32 PM

In a sanitary sloped system, I am connecting branches to the main using TEEs at 88 and 45 degrees. If I use annotation scale (say 5 mm) my fittings would look extremely larger on the 45 deg compared to the 88 deg. Is there any way to modify the annotation scale for a specific pipe size and angle independently?? Why would revit change so drastically the sizes displayed on my printing view, only by changing the angle??


the only workaround to this problem, I have found soo far is to turn annotations scales off for those fittings, but i am afraid this is not a "good practice".

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