Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding duct accessories and fittings, part of Revit 2021: Essential Training for MEP.
- [Instructor] So, there's certainly no shortage … of items that we need to place into the ductwork. … For example, fire dampers, balancing dampers, … and encaps just scratch the surface. … It's important that we place … everything we need into the duct. … That way we can depend on the output … from 'Revit Reporting' on how much … airflow is going through that duct. … To make another point, if we don't put … endcaps on all of our duct work, Revit will think … that the air is simply being … pushed off the end of the duct. … Therefore, giving us a false CFN report. … Let's zoom in on this group of duct work here. … The first thing I'd like to do … is cap off these open ends. … So simply select your duct. … Now let's click this button right here, 'Cap Open Ends.' … That one's capped! … You can select this one and you can … hold down your 'Control' key and select this one. … And you can click 'Cap Open Ends' there too. … Because we did multiple, "Warning two caps were added." … That's no warning, it's just a confirmation. …
Skill Level Beginner
1. Starting a Revit Project
2. Revit Electrical
3. Revit Mechanical
4. Revit Plumbing
5. Revit Workflow
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