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Offline dopefishTopic starter

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Piping - Mixing end connectors VIC and Beveled
« on: Jun 24, 2022, 21:09:41 PM »
Hello Xtracad! I am making some nodes that will fill in a few components when taking a tap off a main. I am attempting to cut in a fishmouth x groove and a grooved coupling. I can get them to fill but the problem I have is the next piece has a beveled end connector and not a groove. Has anyone ran into this before and solved it?
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Re: Piping - Mixing end connectors VIC and Beveled
« Reply #1 on: Yesterday at 03:19:24 »
next piece, as in the pipe attached to the grooved coupling is beveled?  If so, try unlocking the connector on the pipe and it should match up to what it is connecting to.
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Re: Piping - Mixing end connectors VIC and Beveled
« Reply #2 on: Today at 03:37:42 »
I have tried that but the designline seems to just add the pipe and call it a day. Good suggestion though.
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