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Imagine I have a conveyer belt stretching between two stackable support poles, A and C.

I then add a new stackable support pole, B, half the distance along the belt, so the belt goes from A to B and then to C.

Now if I deconstruct the belt, the entire belt length, A to C is removed. Instead, it would be good if adding a new support pole caused the deconstruction sections to split into A-B, and B-C. This would allow you to reorganise belt angles and so on without having to rebuild unrelated sections.
by (430 points)
Try adding more poles between A, B and C. That parts the conveyors between each pole.
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