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Thread: Adjusting fitting angle

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    Adjusting fitting angle


    Does anyone know if there's a way to adjust fitting angles after you placed the fitting and connected the pipe/duct?
    As for now, if I placed and connected a pipe/duct with a 45 degree angle and want to change that to a 60 degree angle, i disconnect the fitting/elbow and redo the "standard connection" with the new wanted angle. There must be a way to edit the angle without disconnect everything...?


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    I usually let Revit create elbows. So, yeah, I would delete the elbow, adjust the pipe, and reconnect letting Revit create the elbow.

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    Can you not adjust the end of the pipe not connected to the elbow/fitting until it is at 60 degrees and then trim the now disconnected pipes back together?

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