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frown.gif Too late. I went the acrylic route.
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Thats ok next time maybe.
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I am about to Watercool my Caselabs M10 case (see below specs). I have chosen to use copper pipeas and want to thank BNegative for this great thread.

I will get chrome plated 10mm tube and the fittings were the most diffucult part to choose, but I went with Festo push in fittings. Any thought's on that? Festo is world leader in the Pneumatik world and quality is superb.

I haven't disided wich one I will got for, the one with internal hex or the one below.


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Quote:
Originally Posted by Snuddi View Post

I am about to Watercool my Caselabs M10 case (see below specs). I have chosen to use copper pipeas and want to thank BNegative for this great thread.

I will get chrome plated 10mm tube and the fittings were the most diffucult part to choose, but I went with Festo push in fittings. Any thought's on that? Festo is world leader in the Pneumatik world and quality is superb.

I haven't disided wich one I will got for, the one with internal hex or the one below.


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After my experience I feel like putting the tube into the fitting after it is already in the block is pretty tough sometimes. I put the fittings on first and then screwed it in as one piece. So the interior hex ones wouldnt have worked for me. I also used acrylic tubing.
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Originally Posted by Snuddi View Post

I am about to Watercool my Caselabs M10 case (see below specs). I have chosen to use copper pipeas and want to thank BNegative for this great thread.

I will get chrome plated 10mm tube and the fittings were the most diffucult part to choose, but I went with Festo push in fittings. Any thought's on that? Festo is world leader in the Pneumatik world and quality is superb.

I haven't disided wich one I will got for, the one with internal hex or the one below.


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Wow! Those actually look like superb fittings!! How much did you pay for them? Please let us know about how they were.
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Yes they look good. Too bad they do not have any 45° in those.

I paid 1,6€ for the straight one's and 2,7€ for 90° angle.
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€1,60 a piece? That honestly can't be right.
I've looked around a bit and the second one (QS-F-G1/4-10) is £24,05 for 10. For people interested, part number is 193413.
Also available in 12mm OD, (QS-F-G1/4-12) which is £35,02 for 10 (part number 533848)

The smooth version (no hex) is only in 10mm OD (QS-F-G1/4-10-l) which goes for £24,82 for 10 (part number 533931)

So in essence I'm puzzled how you got these premium fittings for a price that looks more like what you'd pay for china-made parts.

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€1,60 a piece? That honestly can't be right.
I've looked around a bit and the second one (QS-F-G1/4-10) is £24,05 for 10. For people interested, part number is 193413.
Also available in 12mm OD, (QS-F-G1/4-10) which is £35,02 for 10 (part number 533848)

The smooth version (no hex) is only in 10mm OD (QS-F-G1/4-10-l) which goes for £24,82 for 10 (part number 533931)

So in essence I'm puzzled how you got these premium fittings for a price that looks more like what you'd pay for china-made parts.

so they will work with 12mm OD acrylic pipe? im thinking of trying acrylic pipe on another build. I was going to use 10mm OD with a 6mm ID. I think ill go with the 12 OD & 8 ID.

cheers for the link! much appreciated!
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Possibly Snuddi has found a better deal on them, but knowing festo(ol) these fittings are the best you can get honestly. They're both rated for positive ánd negative pressure. -0,95 to 16 bar so I highly doubt they'll leak rolleyes.gif
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Anyone know of a USA supplier of festo push fits?
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