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I guess I should have been clearer.

I got chainguns.

They went out of stock forcing me to get economies.

Those are the fithings that went EOL before I could get 30 of them in hand.

I said this but was a tad vague about it. My bad folks. blushsmiley.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
 
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Do you really need all that tools to bend petg tubing? oh btw, i think it's better if you use rigid tube cutter than that saw, it's much cleaner and dont need to sand.
you could do it with a hacksaw and a heatgun and your hands but you're asking for leaks and trouble...even in the early days people built bending jigs for the angles...hardline it's something that requires precision you don't cheap out our you might regret it...I can only assume you've never bent any form of pipe
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Do you really need all that tools to bend petg tubing? oh btw, i think it's better if you use rigid tube cutter than that saw, it's much cleaner and dont need to sand.

That is not really correct. Compression rotary cutters are made for metal tube. The "compression" portion of that is the issue as it builds stress into the tube. You might not see cracks right away but that stress is there waiting...
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The MMRS stuff is killing me. I have absolutely no need for a res or D5 top......but somehow there is $200 of MMRS res parts sitting in my PPC cart. Really a testament to just how nice looking this stuff is. I am really impressed.

You can't take it with you man...I used to use the "hookers and Blow" joke in situations like this but Charlie Sheen pretty much ruined that one forever.

(Apologies to Mistress for the locker room humor).
post #1435 of 4376
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To be honest I have no idea I've never worked with rigid before but our awesome box gods recommends it for clean work. I wanted to start with all the recommended tools and do it the way an expert recommends. The tools aren't "needed" but it's for uniform clean work.

Never justify buying good tools. Let your work do the talking =)
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you could do it with a hacksaw and a heatgun and your hands but you're asking for leaks and trouble...even in the early days people built bending jigs for the angles...hardline it's something that requires precision you don't cheap out our you might regret it...I can only assume you've never bent any form of pipe

In addition to much better and more consistent results...you just enjoy the project so much more as well. I think a lot of people do this as much for the process as they do the end result.

I am contemplating coming out with a new and improved bending kit. Partially to incorporate all the feedback from the last few years...but also as an FU to the companies knocking us off =)

***EDIT*** Maybe I should have said no to that last beer wink.gif
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you could do it with a hacksaw and a heatgun and your hands but you're asking for leaks and trouble...even in the early days people built bending jigs for the angles...hardline it's something that requires precision you don't cheap out our you might regret it...I can only assume you've never bent any form of pipe

In addition to much better and more consistent results...you just enjoy the project so much more as well. I think a lot of people do this as much for the process as they do the end result.

I am contemplating coming out with a new and improved bending kit. Partially to incorporate all the feedback from the last few years...but also as an FU to the companies knocking us off =)

***EDIT*** Maybe I should have said no to that last beer wink.gif

If you do that right after I bought this one, I'm gonna be mad at you.

That being said... I wasn't justifying so much buying good tools, just explaining why I went with them. The information is available across the internet on how to bend rigid tubing using only your hands and blah blah blah and while that may work, and for some perhaps it does... There's a Van Gogh for every art form, but I'm going to go out on a limb and suggest that it's probably not me.

I won't be able to play all that much until I get my D5 end cap in and until my work schedule releases me from captivity a bit... but soon... the anticipation is killing me. I'll probably not be able to start playing around with the build until... after Valentine's day frown.gif
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In addition to much better and more consistent results...you just enjoy the project so much more as well. I think a lot of people do this as much for the process as they do the end result.

I am contemplating coming out with a new and improved bending kit. Partially to incorporate all the feedback from the last few years...but also as an FU to the companies knocking us off =)

I would definitely be interested in seeing this come to fruition! I will even volunteer to be a guinea pig! Qualifications: 0 experience in Watercooling & 0 Experience in Rigid Tubing! I'm the perfect tester lachen.gif
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Primochill ghosts and monsoon economy's look /completely/ different from each other:



I had originally planned on using Ghosts, but I really like the monsoon economy fitting's bevel (I'm planning on using them with black hardline between my GPU's.) Thing is I'm not sure how many GPU's I'm going to have so now I'm fretting on if I should buy a couple packs of the economy before they go away, or hold out for the "new" economy line...

@Gene can you tell us if the new economy line will have that sweet bevel on it?

Also, I'm confused; do I need to replace these conversion kits? I have no (PC) stamps:


Take one out and stomp on it. If it's pc it will be fine. If it shatters take the whole box, burn it, and throw the ahes as far away from you as you can
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I am contemplating coming out with a new and improved bending kit. Partially to incorporate all the feedback from the last few years

One of the things that I haven't understood with your bending kits is why you can't secure the 'miter' box to a bench. Every time I watch a vid on your kit I see someone holding the box and cutting it with both the saw and the box moving ... a lot. I was planning on drilling a few holes in mine (when I get it smile.gif) and securing it to one of my benches. Then I can use both my hands to concentrate on getting a nice, clean cut and not holding the miter box.
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