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Offline cnashTopic starter

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Outlets on the wrong pipe
« on: Oct 25, 2018, 09:22:15 PM »
So, background. I am trying to make a new system for tests.
Welded Steel 2"> and Copper Soldered 2" & down. I get everything working normally (thread-o-let assemblies where they need to be an tees where they need to be), but as soon as I put in T-Drill into the service I get T-drills where they should be, Tees where they should be and also T-Drills instead of Thread-O-Let assemblies.
I can't change the mapping order because then I will lose my tees in the places they should be.
Is there a way to lock an outlet to a specific material? I haven't seen this capability before, but maybe someone has seen it?

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Christopher Nash
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Re: Outlets on the wrong pipe
« Reply #1 on: Oct 26, 2018, 10:55:27 PM »
Make copies of the ITM and strip out the product list sizes that you don't want to force the parts to fill where they should and not where they shouldn't.

It's not pretty but it works.

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Re: Outlets on the wrong pipe
« Reply #2 on: Oct 29, 2018, 12:13:30 PM »
Make copies of the ITM and strip out the product list sizes that you don't want to force the parts to fill where they should and not where they shouldn't.

It's not pretty but it works.

I thought about that, but I was hoping there was a better way.
Christopher Nash
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All things Database Management & Autodesk Product Support
William R. Nash Companies