I need to bend a mix of 8mm and 10mm copper pipe, I see that one can
get pipe bending springs for this (that seem to go outside the pipe)
and also simple pipe benders like this:-
Which should I go for? Currently I'm tempted to go for the tool (or
one like it) rather than the spring(s).
The bending tool is far quicker and easier to use, go for it! I have one
the same and it is great, or rather it was once I'd filed the 3/8"
mandrel out so a 10mm pipe could fit (good old CPC selling cheap junk
imperial sized as metric).
Arse, arse, bollocks, arse (not a good day today)
FIVE TV's superbright logo - not the DOG's, it's bollocks
On Aug 13, 3:25 pm, email@example.com wrote:
Not used a mini-pipe bender, but 15/22m pipe benders are far superior
to bending springs.
With a new tool, you may have to deburr a bit with a file around the
pipe entry/exit points from the curved channel, and a little bit of
grease in the channel also helps.
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