Here's what I found. The pipeline that was already in existence, was created as a stand-alone in Pro-piping using the ASM_DEF_CSYS as it's start point. It was then assembled to the machine frame in standard assembly mode (outside of Pro Piping). My first few unseccessflu attempts were to attach a new pipeline to the end of that one, using the PORT on the end of the last fitting of the pipeline. Apparently, when a pipeline is created as a stand-alone like this, and then dropped into another assembly... any new pipelines coming off of that, must ALSO use the ASM_DEF_CSYS from that pipeline as the start point..... not a PORT as one might expect with piping. Anyway, once I tried that I was able to get moving again. Thank you for all your great ideas.Chris Benner
Powell Fabrication & Manufacturing, Inc.
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