Working With Sloped Piping

by Michelle Rasmussen, AEC Content Manager, Autodesk on December 20, 2019

Martha Hollowell Orcutt just finished yet another new free training offering within our Customer Success Learning Hub called Working with Sloped Piping in Revit. If you are a MEP Engineer, then you might be interested in checking it out.

In this 25 minute course she shows you how to work in tight spaces when laying out duct and pipe inside Revit.

Here is a brief summary of what is covered: Sloped piping, a critical component of plumbing projects, has additional options to consider as you are adding it to a model. Learn how to model sloped piping, modify the direction and slope, and connect pipes into sloped piping.

By the end of the course, you should be able to:

  • Model sloped piping
  • Modify the direction and slope of sloped piping
  • Connect pipes into sloped piping

Similar to all our free courses inside the customer success learning hub, this is a hands-on course that includes a dataset you can use to try what you are learning. Once you complete it, please leave your comments to let us know what you thought. We are also very interested in learning what additional learning content you would like to see from Autodesk.

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