Let's add some accessories! This video will look at how to add valves to our piping. It's a pretty easy process, but not as easy as duct accessories. See, the trick here is that when we add a valve to a pipe, we need to actually now the size of the pipe we are adding to. Otherwise, Revit will throw in some reducers that we may not want or expect.
- [Instructor] Adding a piping accessory…is exactly the same as adding a duct accessory,…with one exception.…When we add a pipe accessory to a pipe,…we need to know the size of the pipe.…Duct work, it seems to just know…the size of the duct we're putting it in.…But piping's a little more complicated.…Not too complicated though, so let's get started.…Under Projects, let's go Open.…I'd like to find Plumbing Piping and I wanna click Open.…Under Floor Plans, I wanna go down to 1-Plumbing.…
I'm gonna zoom into this area here.…I'm gonna go to Systems.…I'm gonna go to Mechanical Equipment.…I'm gonna scroll down till I find my Inline Pump.…I'm gonna go with the smaller 65 gallon one.…I'm just gonna put it right here.…Hit Escape a couple times.…Now, I'm gonna select my pump.…For my inch and a half end,…I'm gonna click on this little icon here and create a pipe.…And for my offset, I'm gonna go four feet.…
Pick a point here,…pick a point here, come up to here, over to here.…I'm gonna make sure my thin lines are turned off.…
- Importing AutoCAD files into Revit
- Linking Revit modeling
- Creating floor plans
- Using worksets
- Creating sheets
- Creating new family types
- Adding and modifying ducts, fixtures, piping, plumbing, and more
- Creating plumbing and HVAC plans
Skill Level Intermediate
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