The Elbow Pipe is a structure which consists of 2 pipe entrances, like the Pipe. It bends sharply at a 90 degree angle.
The Elbow is used in situations where a pipe must rotate 90 degrees but cannot do so by normal means. This allows pipes to be placed where they'd normally be too short and allows pipes to be rotated without a pipe needing to be placed. However, usage of the elbow is limited and not recommended.
Placing of the Elbow is comparable to the Pipe. When being placed, it will snap to open pipe entrances, allowing for secure connections. It is notable that the Elbow does not need to be placed snapped to a pipe entrance.
Pros and Cons
- Allows pipes to reach hard-to-reach places
- Very limited usage