Placing Mechanical Tees and Taps

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Why can’t I place a mechanical tee or other taps by selecting them and clicking on the pipe?

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This is a restriction within the native Revit software. Utilizing routing preferences, Revit is trying to place the transition pieces between pipes for you. VTFR has a tool called tap creator to overcome this challenge. You can also use the content section of the toolbar to replace a selected tap with a different one.

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