Pipes shoudn't break under pressure

  • erictom333
    10th June Member 0 Permalink

    As stated above. Pipes breaking under pressure (and sometimes under high temperature) ruin many of my builds. Even putting airblock wall behind doesn't work, as it turns out they actuay don't act as pressure-free zones (which they shoud). This needs to change. Even adding indestructibe pipes woud fix the probem.

  • DreamingWarlord
    10th June Member 0 Permalink

    You can use PUMP to decrease pressure

  • DanielGalrito
    10th June Member 0 Permalink

    You could try PPIP, these dont break under pressure

  • phox
    10th June Member 0 Permalink

    PPIP doesn't break under pressure

  • KennyMcCormckTheKing
    11th June Member 0 Permalink

    We need WiFi that doesn't break under pressure. 

  • Edza
    21st July Member 0 Permalink

    What if there would be PIPE-WALL?

  • jacob1
    21st July Developer 0 Permalink
    @Edza (View Post)
    What does that mean? Make a wall that acts like PIPE? That is impossible, walls have almost no features or data storage. PIPE works because it can store stuff in .ctype, .tmp2, and other particle properties, but walls have no properties at all (besides whether it's conducting sparks).

    Also as already stated, PPIP doesn't break under pressure and is the intended element to use if you want that.
  • Edza
    21st July Member 0 Permalink

    jacob1:

    What does that mean? Make a wall that acts like PIPE?

     

    But it is possible for developers. Or change pipe outside material from BRCK to some other element that is immune to pressure.

  • jacob1
    21st July Developer 0 Permalink
    @Edza (View Post)
    We already gave you a solution, use PPIP. And you can change the outside material yourself, it doesn't need to be BRCK to function. We aren't going to add a third pipe or change PIPE to not break under pressure.
  • Edza
    21st July Member 0 Permalink

    I don't need it. Was just replying. But i noticed other user replaced.

    https://powdertoy.co.uk/Browse/View.html?ID=94444