How does Revit know how to add those elbows to that pipe? This video answeres that question. By diving into the routing preferences, we will look at exactly how Revit assigns fittings to our piping types. We will use an existing pipe type, then we will create our own carbon steel flanged class 150 pipe routing system.
- [Instructor] What I'd like to do in this video…is create a brand new pipe type from scratch.…We're going to configure the routing preferences.…We're going to add elbows, tees, and reducers.…So, let's get started by jumping into Revit.…Under Projects let's go Open.…I'm going to go ahead and grab my Plumbing Piping model…and I'm going to click Open.…Under Floor Plans in the project browser…let's go down to Plumbing.…Let's go to the Insert tab,…let's click on Load Family.…
Let's scroll down to Pipe and double click on it.…Let's go to Fittings, let's double click on Carbon Steel,…Class 150, Flanged, lets hold down our Shift key…and select everything here and let's click Open.…It might take a second to load all these.…Okay, now that those are loaded in,…let's go to our Systems tab,…let's click the Pipe button,…now let's click on Edit Type.…
Under Segments and Fittings,…let's click on Duplicate,…let's call it Flanged Class 150.…(typing)…And let's click OK.…For Routing Preferences let's click on Edit.…For the Pipe Segment,…
- 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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