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    Default Pipe Size changes Fitting

    I have created a few pipe fitting families recently and they act differently when editing a connected pipe. Some fittings will resize based on the connected pipe and some will not.

    What is the trick(s) to insuring the fitting size can be influenced by a connected pipe?

    ps - The fittings that are working were copies of the ones that do not. For example... Wye 45 Single (which works) was made from a Wye 45 Double.

    Thanks!
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    Default Re: Pipe Size changes Fitting

    Are the Diameter/Radius parameters instances?
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    Default Re: Pipe Size changes Fitting

    Quote Originally Posted by Jrobker View Post
    Are the Diameter/Radius parameters instances?
    They are instances driven by Lookup Tables.
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