Be able to lay pipes going directly up and/or join to pipes above and below rather than from the side.
Actually... The L turning is more frequent to see rather then diagonal elevation for pipes. So totally makes sense.
Pipes for liquids and gas that can rotate at right angles, but cannot rise so look strange.
was thinking the same about this, now you get such a spaghetti of pipes it looks ugly.instead of horizontal pipe laying you can do it vertical, but still whit the same 4 high up, it works when you work up against a ramp, it can then be montaged against the ramp.
Absolutely!https://i.imgur.com/BJDbrjR.pngAnd while we're at it...maybe conveyor belt elevators, a la Satisfactory?
Love this idea !!
Very good idea.
As a commercial/industrial plumber who has experience in the construction of a wafer fab, vertical pipes are definitely a must, but so are all other angles! In the case of Hydrochloric acid for instance, it is commonly ran in double contained PVDF and that is to say, it frankly looks like spaghetti... as very long bends at different angles are used. In the case of vertical pipes however, yes. It irks me that I have to make sure to create extra space when running my pipe when a simple vertical run is all that is needed. The same in the case of conveyors too please! On another note as well, you can't connect two pipes next to each other as the cross tees don't allow it. It would be a very nice QOL to be able to do that. This image is an example of all these issues.
Top Idee. Gase und Flüsssigkeiten fließen auch senkrecht nach oben bzw unten.
What's missing from this picture? 45 degree angles. 90 degrees as far as the eye can see. :DAlso, as a side note, the ideas for vertical pipes and conveyor elevators...are they really all that different? I have a feeling that they could be merged under "Vertical Transports" or something.Although, at this point, the number of overlapping votes might make it a bit unfair if they were merged.
It is a good idea.
It seems this could be closed, it will happen in update 1.0 as stated in last post ;)
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