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Fabrication Parts in Revit® / Revit 2019.2
« Last post by davidratx on Today at 03:54:08 PM »
Revit 2019.2 is available for download to those on subscription. The link below has some video clips explaining the updates. Many of these updates have long been requested and offer significant improvement to the modeling experience.

http://blogs.autodesk.com/revit/2019/01/15/mechanical-fabrication-model-creation-improvements-for-revit-2019-2/
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CAMduct™ Users / Re: CAMduct 2019 fixed duct length issues
« Last post by cadbob on Today at 02:31:23 PM »
Dino, See attached, let me know if it different than what you get
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ESTmep™ Users / Re: Imported underlay only shows up black
« Last post by cnash on Today at 02:12:18 PM »
I am now having this issue. It's only with this one PDF. only has one layer to it. tried removing borders to no avail. Converted to .tif and can't scale it. Any other thoughts would be appreciated.

When you convert it do align scale "AS" command and zoom way out and click the underlay, it'll usually grab the middle node and scale it.

When deleting the "border" you must do it in adobe acrobat pro, bluebeam does not have the feature to delete the border (I have requested it a few times over the years.)
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ESTmep™ Users / Re: Imported underlay only shows up black
« Last post by dbanker on Today at 01:30:37 PM »
I am now having this issue. It's only with this one PDF. only has one layer to it. tried removing borders to no avail. Converted to .tif and can't scale it. Any other thoughts would be appreciated.
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This bug started showing up for one of our users too.  ???
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CAMduct™ Users / Re: CAMduct 2019 fixed duct length issues
« Last post by CaddMan22 on Yesterday at 08:55:37 PM »
Bob,
Make a transition the same size at each end. Make the connectors Ductmate or raw for end one and on your step-dn (ex: 1" step-dn 2" straight dm). So if your transition is 12" long the stretch out would for the length would be 13" for the 1" stepin. But when you develop the fitting the stretch out is 15". So the fitting actually gets fabricated 2" longer than shown on the dwg. 
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General Discussions / Re: Downloaded Item Doesn't Work
« Last post by Challenger71 on Yesterday at 08:31:36 PM »
So I worked it out with Trimble on the issue. It's a glitch that can happen. What you have to do is type in the "FOLDERS" command. Next delete the ITEMS folder.  After you do that you right click the Item Folders and click on "New Folder"

Name the folder "ITEMS" and make sure you click on the box below stating "create sub-folders"

Once you do this, shut down your session and re-start Fab MEP. Then you will be able to get to the items you downloaded and add them into the service(s)
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General Discussions / Downloaded Item Doesn't Work
« Last post by Challenger71 on Yesterday at 02:36:01 PM »
I went to the building data website and found the fitting I needed. I downloaded it and then installed it into the software. When I went to add it to my service it gave me this error (See attached)

How do I fix this?
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CADmep™ Users / Re: weight per hanger point
« Last post by cadguy2014 on Yesterday at 12:31:48 PM »
Someone willing to post the duct hanger script? I see the pipe hanger script was posted, which worked great. Not sure how to modify to work with the duct hangers though. Coding/writing scripts is foreign language to me!

Thanks!
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