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PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2017 9:00 am    Post subject: MEP modeler - routing from Y connection Reply with quote

Hi to all.

I would need a help from MEP users.
Look at the attached picture.
I have a straight pipe line from level 0.00 to level 1000mm, from discharge point to a floor clean out. This is not a problem because:
1. I place the floor clean out in plan and set the correct level
2. start a routing from level 0.00 directly to the floor clean out. Mep Modeler does the job, making the pipe line with the slope to reach to the floor clean out.

I put a "Y" insert at a certain point of the line.
Now I need to follow a path to reach a floor drain.
I'm not able to do it. I mean the result I get is not what I want to get.
Can somebody help me explaining the procedure step-by-step?
It seems a so basic and simple task but I cannot figure out how to get what I need.

Thanks for your time.



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