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tim102289
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Revit could not find a matching Pipe Segment in Default pipe type

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09-20-2013 05:44 AM

Every time I try to start a pipe by clicking the connector on an air handler, I get the message:

 

"Revit could not find a matching Pipe Segment in Default pipe type. Please check the Default pipe type's routing preferences."

 

The connectors have a radius set to 1" so the pipe should come out 2".  When I click the connector however it always goes to 2 1/2" so I manually have to change it to 2".  And then once I click to place the segment of pipe, I get the message.  I've checked Segments and Sizes in the Routing Preferences and there is a 2" and 2 1/2" size both listed.  Any idea why I'm getting this error?

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Motz Engineering

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Re: Revit could not find a matching Pipe Segment in Default pipe type

09-23-2013 05:36 AM in reply to: tim102289

Under Mechanical Settings » Pipe Settings » Segments and Sizes, make sure that you're looking at the sizes for the proper Pipe Segment type - make sure the value of the "Segment:" pull-down matches listed under the desired Pipe Type's Routing Preferences. Each type of Segments has it's own Size Catalog.

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