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  Reply # 1955159 11-Feb-2018 13:19
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in the dim dark day when I used a lot of conduit we had a spring we used to put inside the conduit and bend it on our knee, you would get nice sweeping bends and very few joins.

 

Something like this.

 

https://gogenie.co.nz/index.php/ads/conduit-spring-20mm/

 

John





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  Reply # 1955202 11-Feb-2018 14:08
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Op's using capping and casing not conduit. But the bending spring is definately a good tool for pvc conduit, takes some practice to master though.




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  Reply # 1958815 15-Feb-2018 22:09
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andrewNZ: Op's using capping and casing not conduit. But the bending spring is definately a good tool for pvc conduit, takes some practice to master though.

 

Easier with a heat gun... careful not to collapse the pipe though!





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