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No fumes smile.gif you can heat / bend anywhere you like. Inside is preferred since winds outside may cool the tubing prematurely.
I used the monsoon pipes that requires some gluing, witch MIGHT be best to in a ventilated space, but normal bending does not require this smile.gif

Hope that is answer enough.
 
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post #2402 of 4311
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No fumes smile.gif you can heat / bend anywhere you like. Inside is preferred since winds outside may cool the tubing prematurely.
I used the monsoon pipes that requires some gluing, witch MIGHT be best to in a ventilated space, but normal bending does not require this smile.gif

Hope that is answer enough.

It does, moving to caselabs, whole new radiators, just jumping off the deep end and figure while drowning, might as well do acrylic...

And I live in a two bedroom apt where the wife would flip if I stunk the place up...

I could stick a fan in the window pulling the air out just to keep it ventilated but I wanted to make sure.
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It does, moving to caselabs, whole new radiators, just jumping off the deep end and figure while drowning, might as well do acrylic...

And I live in a two bedroom apt where the wife would flip if I stunk the place up...

I could stick a fan in the window pulling the air out just to keep it ventilated but I wanted to make sure.

youre good duder. it makes no smell at all. most annoying thing about it is how loud the heat gun is. my old lady got a little angry cause i was interrupting Real Houseskanks of Golddiggertown........
post #2404 of 4311
Looking to pick these two up from McMaster, can someone confirm the numbers are correct (confident the acrylic is correct, not sure the silicone)

8532K13 UV-Resistant Extruded Acrylic Round Tube, 1/2" OD, 3/8" ID, 6' Length, Clear

9808K23 FDA-Compliant Silicone Rubber, Cord, 3/8" Diameter, 36" Length, 40A Durometer

Thanks
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Looking to pick these two up from McMaster, can someone confirm the numbers are correct (confident the acrylic is correct, not sure the silicone)

8532K13 UV-Resistant Extruded Acrylic Round Tube, 1/2" OD, 3/8" ID, 6' Length, Clear

9808K23 FDA-Compliant Silicone Rubber, Cord, 3/8" Diameter, 36" Length, 40A Durometer

Thanks

the 3/8 diameter cords dont fit inside the mcmaster acrylic. ive got 6 feet of it here to practice with and the only one that fits is the 9mm stuff, its a little loose but it will work ok. you MIGHT be able to fit the 3/8 stuff in it if you lube it with olive oil or soapy water, or maybe some sanding, but i can only get it in about an inch before it wont go any further.
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Looking to pick these two up from McMaster, can someone confirm the numbers are correct (confident the acrylic is correct, not sure the silicone)

8532K13 UV-Resistant Extruded Acrylic Round Tube, 1/2" OD, 3/8" ID, 6' Length, Clear

9808K23 FDA-Compliant Silicone Rubber, Cord, 3/8" Diameter, 36" Length, 40A Durometer

Thanks


The 3/8" silicon cord only works for the 10mm ID metric sized tubing.

For the 3/8" ID imperial sized tubing, you need the 9mm buna-N, O-ring cord stock.


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Thanks Darlene

Has anyone needed more than a three foot piece of acrylic for a bend?

Asking because of course mcmasters has 6 ft lengths of clear tubing or if you want color, you go with primochill at 3 ft lengths.

Of course another benefit of mcmasters is the price. The downfall of 6ft is you would have to thread the 9mm cord in quite a ways depending on your bend. This is all speculation on my side for my upcoming build.
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Thanks Darlene

Has anyone needed more than a three foot piece of acrylic for a bend?

Asking because of course mcmasters has 6 ft lengths of clear tubing or if you want color, you go with primochill at 3 ft lengths.

Of course another benefit of mcmasters is the price. The downfall of 6ft is you would have to thread the 9mm cord in quite a ways depending on your bend. This is all speculation on my side for my upcoming build.

Just depends on the routes you are running. Just look at your case and its easy to know the maximum length of tubing you should need.
post #2409 of 4311
I'm just thinking too far ahead but also thinking about which products to buy also. Would hate to get 3ft lengths and end up needing longer, then I'd be up the creek. Going to be routing a TH10 with two 480 80mm and one 360 60mm. Just trying to get everything lined up before I start the build.
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It is very unlikely you'd need more than 3 feet lengths. Out of the 4 rigs I've done I've only needed one 3 foot tube. The rest were done w/ 2 feet.
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