Disconnects often occur due to constant changes made to content these contribute to poor model health and become a nuisance for situations that require connectivity. The goal of this feature is to help the user identify and automate reconnecting these instances. There are common situations where elements are moved or copied, and Revit causes the parts to become disconnected. Revit may not display a warning, so it is not apparent the elements have become disconnected. However, Revit does offer a way to display disconnected elements, please see To Show Disconnects.
- eVolve tab ⮞ Quick Tools panel ⮞ Reconnect Elements button
- From the eVolve ribbon, in the Quick Tools panel, click Reconnect Elements.
- From the drawing area, select the desired disconnected elements, then click 'Finish'.
TIP: The Reconnect Elements' predefined selection filter can be modified via the Selection Configuration. Please see the link in the Relevant Articles below.
The Set Tolerance feature allows for the disconnect proximity to be defined in predetermined increments, up to 1".
Setting a disconnect tolerance
- From the eVolve ribbon, in the Quick Tools panel, click the Reconnect Elements menu, and click Set Tolerance.
- From the Set Tolerance window, click the Tolerance menu, select the desired tolerance value, and click OK.