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    Question Need Quick Tip from an expert

    The file has 2 Wye, i created the top darker one. when the bottom Wye branching pipe is stretch the Radial point is the Insertion of the family.

    How can i mimic that on mine. My Radial point is not the insertion point, its the pipe connector. thus I can't turn my Wye into a Tee.

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    Still accepting help with this issue. Thanks

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    In a WebEx meeting with our BIM Lead, he explained how to make it radial in less then 5 seconds. I was so easy, it made me look so entry level. Which I am to Revit, but still. Thanks everyone for your interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RubberDinero View Post
    In a WebEx meeting with our BIM Lead, he explained how to make it radial in less then 5 seconds. I was so easy, it made me look so entry level. Which I am to Revit, but still. Thanks everyone for your interest.
    Glad to know that you found help. I'd like to say a couple of things about this thread:

    Since you started a thread for this question, it is a good etiquette of the forum to "close" a thread by sharing the solution, not only saying that a solution was found but without sharing the solution. Someone else might come to this thread later on, looking for a solution to the same issue.

    Also, I'd like to add a brief note explaining my post # 2 above. The original question of the thread was a more elaborated question, and it included a request for "tutoring", and I understood that as a request for private training on creating pipe fittings with look-up tables. After the original question was edited, my reply looked strange, and that's why I want to add this comment to clarify my post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RubberDinero View Post
    In a WebEx meeting with our BIM Lead, he explained how to make it radial in less then 5 seconds. I was so easy, it made me look so entry level. Which I am to Revit, but still. Thanks everyone for your interest.
    Your BIM Lead should be your first POC for Revit issues before outside contact....As he/she may have a specific direction for project content vs outside help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPwuzhere View Post
    Your BIM Lead should be your first POC for Revit issues before outside contact....As he/she may have a specific direction for project content vs outside help.
    Except I was trying to mimic a part, for my own understanding, that was already created. Not a whole lot of different directions you can have for a Tee/Wye.

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