In a smaller pipe, using a hand bender, even a 1" offset is possible using 10° bends. The marks will be 6" apart and that is quite doable. Larger pipe, like 4" conduit, becomes a guessing game though.
I will try and keep this as simple as possible. I’m running 2 - 2.5 “ and 2 - 2” EMT coming out of a 12x12 box above the ceiling 60” with a 6 “ kicked 90. When I proceeded to bend the 2” conduit with same exact measurements the KICK angle was nowhere near matching the 2.5s. How can I match the angle of 2.5s?
A saddle to cross a pipe requires how many bends?
How much do you lose on a 2 1/2 inch kick?
A 1" EMT bender can be used to bend 3/4" Rigid. Do all of the deducts and multipliers that apply to the 1" EMT apply to the 3/4" Rigid?
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