Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding pipe fittings and accessories, part of Revit: Sprinkler Design.
- [Instructor] We could use some equipment now.…In our mechanical room I'd love to add an air compressor…to blow out the lines when it's time to do so,…and to add a backflow preventer as well.…Let's get started by jumping into Revit…and we'll go into our equipment model.…I'm gonna zoom in on the mechanical room again.…What I want to do, though, first…is make some edits right here.…A lot of times when you go back and put in…equipment afterwards you have to make some revisions,…but the cool thing about Revit is we can…edit this stuff as if it's regular lines.…What I want to do is extend this down, over, up, and back.…
To do that I'm just gonna pick a window…around this area right here. (click)…I'm gonna delete everything that's there.…I know this pipe is at 10 feet…and I know this pipe is at four feet,…but it's kind of cool how Revit will join it…back together when we're ready.…I'm gonna select this pipe and I'm just gonna…drag it back a little bit to about here.…I'm gonna select this pipe and I'm…gonna drag it down to about here.…
- Linking to architecture
- Creating views
- Configuring routing preferences and systems
- Adding sprinklers, risers, and pipes
- Tagging pipes
- Adding schedules
- Importing AutoCAD files in Revit
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1. Project Setup
2. Routing Preferences and Systems
3. Laying Out Sprinklers and Pipes
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