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    Connectors in array - is it possible?

    Hello,

    I have just created a family - pipe collector. I can easly modify amount of connections by typing the number. It changes the length of the whole collector and number of connections. But I have a problem to actually set the pipe connectors. Revit refuses to put connectors into the array. So my family is uselss because i cant actually connect it to pipes. It is just an empty block. I can set them manually to every type of collector but thats not a point. What if i have collector with 20 connections? Do I have to build it manually?

    Any idea how to create such a families with multiple connectors?

    Regards

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    This does work if you first set your array to the max number of connections you expect, then place a connector on every pipe extrusion.
    Then if you reduce the number of connections in the array, the extra connectors should disapear with the extrusions.

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    Thanks! That is good enough for me

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