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2014 Change Standard Pipes Outer Diameter

Hello I am trying to set a Pipes inner and outer diameter. Currently if the Pipe has a diameter of 150mm, then the Pipe automatically has an inner diameter of 154mm and an outer diameter of 168mm. Our drainage guys are complaining that our addin is bringing in their pipes slightly too low...

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2012 Create line based symbolic line familie help?

I know its not right way but i want to help my self by saving time. My office only start using revit but most designers still cads in revit so i keep saying thats wrong way but they not listening. I have been using revit for 8 months now and i keep showing them why is good but our IT is...

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2015 Recreate Feature lines

Update. I found file that has a all Feature lines and grading objects I need. Any suggestions of how to import Feature lines and GO object only?

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2011 Displaying a Pipe In Plan and as Crossing Pipe

Figured it out. Solution is to use style overrides, available in the profile view settings.

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2013 Didactitiels autodesk

En video payant, paul aubin, une référence en anglais Elephorm, didier hofman, en français, c'est bien fait et tres complet et en plus didier est un de nos moderateurs Vincent

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Sheet set manager is great with a small drawback. You must have AutoCAD to run it. It would be great to have a viewer for sheet sets. Kind of like the viewers already available without all the bells and whistles. Just a viewer so you…


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