DEMO: Copy Element, Connect Element, Delete Element
Written By Amber Zinky
man and woman using eVolve MEP software

As part of its Quick Tools, eVolve Electrical has three features that can speed up your modeling time and positively impact your workflows.

See Amber’s demo: Using Element Features.

Copy Element allows you to copy a group of elements to the desired end of an open element.

Connect Element moves, copies and connects two elements together.

Delete Element connects two elements together and removes the elements in between.

eVolve Electrical software creates an easy-to-use Revit experience and produces the level of accuracy needed to efficiently fabricate and construct projects.

If you’re not using the specialized eVolve Electrical features for kitting, spooling, hangers, auto-route, conduit bends, and content, request a demo today and find out what you’re missing.

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