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    Question copying coupling doesn’t split pipe

    im using geberit mapress pipe
    im putting coupling at 60 cm above the floor
    in the levels above i want the coupling to be at same place - 60 cm above floor
    im copying the coupling and paste it to selected levels but it pasting without splitting the pipe. it’s overlapping into the pipe.
    there is a solution for this?
    another question
    when im copying the coupling from level 1 to level 2 the reference level stays at both of them “level 1” instead of changing the coupling at level 2 to be at level 2 reference.

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    1. Use the Split Element, Create Similar or Pipe Fitting to insert a coupling.
    2. In Revit 2020, everything works fine: the fitting is assigned to the nearest level if you copy, or inherits the pipe or duct level if inserted.

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    1. Now Im using split element and create similar but this process is taking too much time for something that repeat itself so much in my work. i thought may a better way.
    2. im using 2021 and when im create similar to the coupling and put in on the pipe the reference level is the first floor

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    1. Maybe it's time to think about automation with Dynamo.
    2. The fitting takes the level from the pipe into which it is inserted.

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    I definitely needs to learn dynamo
    thanks for your help

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