In case you are still figuring it out
1. put the Rpoint at the convergent point
and the Cpoints at the end of the legs, or where the pipe has to start if it's a socket system that you need
2. either draw the right angle after which the program will ask you what bend/elbow you want to use after which you can select the elbow you want or put the elbow on the end of the pipe and then draw a pipe on the other leg of the elbow, rinse and repeat for the next elbow
3. go in edit route mode (RMB on the route sketch)
4. do another RMB on the sketch so you get this
by using this function you automatically shorten the pipe between two fittings so they are for all intents and purposes are back to back,
it does this by shorten the pipe to something like 0.002, which is a length that the program ignores in BOM and such.
Hope this helps
Thanks for the quick response!
It didn't work quite as expected:
The fittings are overlapping. By the looks it's basically "merging" the two connection points. I suppose the obvious solution would be to move my connection points to the face of the fitting, as opposed to where the pipe actually ends inside the socket.
Thanks again. The "remove pipe" function is good to be familiar with.
That does seem to be a round about way of doing it. I just smart dimension and do a bit of trial and error (although I have most of the common ones memorized now).