Pipe Reference level verses actual level

#1

I am trying to look up the invert elevation of a pipe and then make sure it is on the right level,
I have tired a few things but nothing is getting me what i am looking for.
there is a node out there that gets me nearest level but not actual level
any ideas?

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#2

Hi,

Doesn’t pipes have a parameter called Reference Level ? You can check via the Element.Parameters node.

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#3
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#4

it does have a reference level but it can be referenced to any level and the offset so it is actually of another level

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#6

https://sites.google.com/site/bimstallatie/dynamo/referentie-levels-aanpassen

Always read comments description etc in youtube videoes the files may be there :wink:

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#7

Doesn’t work missing node packages and what not.

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#9

If you make sure to have Archi-lab and clockwork installed as described on the download site you’ve come a long way… Really there is only one node that is not “there” that is the node “Get Level By Name”… So that single node you’ll have to recreate/find…

Sorry we cannot give you a complete solution but using a Forum driven by people offering their help volentarily have the downside that you cannot expect people to deliver a complete solution but rather expect you to deliver a minimum of work yourself…

Otherwise I’d agree with @Marcel_Rijsmus… Give up…

For the record the below is a picture of the entire graph from the video provided above… All credit is to:
https://sites.google.com/site/bimstallatie/dynamo/referentie-levels-aanpassen

A quick search on the forum shows this thread:

“Get Level By Name” node is from the Archi-lab_Grimshaw package.

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#11

But nowhere are you showing what you’ve tried etc… That will at best grant you inaccurate results…

Have a read at this post:
https://forum.dynamobim.com/t/how-to-get-help-on-the-dynamo-forums/4677

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#13

Just an FYI the pacakage listed do not work with the new Version of Dynamo that is the issue
but then i am not sure why i am even answering you. this board use to be helpful then people started being a pain

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#14

I’m so sorry if my replies have not been satisfactory… I’ll stop bothering you with replies…

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#15

You can always go back to version 1.3.3
We cannot help you with updates of the packages, so maybe this is an option

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#16

I actually made some changes and substituted some of the node for other nodes and got it to work with a little rework this does way more objects that i am looking to do but it will be nice to do all at once

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