I try to find an interface between the Sanitary Objects and the Sanitary pipe work.
The issue with the objects with the predefined connectors is that they are not very pracitble (for us MEP-Engineers ) at the moment (except the wall mounted taps).
Also I have remarks to the MEP-Connectors. I think to define the MEP-System is a basic information.
I think to define the MEP-System is a basic information.
These are defined with the MEP Systems command. In the Help files see MEP Systems.
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There seems to be a bug in the MEP objects.
I don't have that particular object (probably because I have the AUS template?), but my default basin has the same problem.
All is good when first opened.
But if you change the tap style one of the connections disappears.
Or maybe they are doubling up?
Even changing back to the original tap does not reset it.
The way to fix it (until you change the tap again) is to swap the basin style for another and then set it back.
I am just setting up 24 and looking at this MEP stuff.
I must say I am not impressed so far.
The system itself looks good and works pretty well (mostly).
But many of these MEP objects are buggy or have a lack of control.
I won't go into details here but maybe I will compile my list of problems and make a new post some time in the future.
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We have concluded the investigation. It turned out to be a defect in Archicad's MEP objects. The two connections jump to the same place when the Tap Type or Style is changed. We entered the defect into our system. I hope that it would not be too difficult to fix!
Thank you once again for spotting the issue! Have a great day!