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Tue, Jan 4, 2011 at 7:08:54 AM | Pipe Fittings are over/under sized for connecting pipe

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Hi Guys

 Have been scratching my head with this one since I installed Windows 7 on the workstation.  Re-installed Revit MEP 2011 with no problem.  Began back to work on a project that was started on the XP platform and when I tried to connect two 28mm Cu pipes at 90deg, I was presented with a 6mm fitting.  No reducerws or nothing.  The properties of the 6mm fitting define it as a 28mm fitting but the dimensions show it as a 6.  The same trouble with steel welded and threaded pipe, although they are yielding fittings much larger than the pipes to be connected.

Have trawled through the web and have checked my Revit.INI file and ensured that both entries referring to the lookup tables have paths that are directed to the actual location of the LookUp Table.  The table is there.  I even tried to copy the table to the desktop and redirect the path in the INI file to it but still no joy.

Thought it may be a Windows 7 thing and permissions problems but other colleagues with 7 dont report the same issue.  Any help or insight would be greatly appreciated.  Thank you.


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