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    Vertical cable tray connection

    Hi,
    Its anyway to do this type of connection between cable trays in Revit?

    Thanks in advance

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    Probably..
    Try editing a T and move the side connector to the bottom.
    Although for it to connect properly, the centreline of the connector from below might need to be in line with the centreline of the tray above.
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