Quick question on conduit

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    Wilbert
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    OK. I downloaded the J files – 25.4mm. –

    • Mostly_Printed_CNC_525_MPCNC__J-25.4mm__1__OD_.zip

    Printed a couple of pieces and then when to look for the conduit to make sure all was sin happy land.  However, the pieces have to be forced around a 3/4″ electric conduit or 3/4″ black steel pipe.  Here in the US where are you finding 1″ EMT conduit with a 1″ outer diameter? Any links?  I’d like to grab it at a Home Depot or Lowes or someplace like that.

    Thanks,

    WTB

    #70028

    Barry
    Participant

    OK. I downloaded the J files – 25.4mm. –

    • Mostly_Printed_CNC_525_MPCNC__J-25.4mm__1__OD_.zip

    Printed a couple of pieces and then when to look for the conduit to make sure all was sin happy land. However, the pieces have to be forced around a 3/4″ electric conduit or 3/4″ black steel pipe. Here in the US where are you finding 1″ EMT conduit with a 1″ outer diameter? Any links? I’d like to grab it at a Home Depot or Lowes or someplace like that.

    Thanks,

    WTB

    The 1″ stuff is for 1″ stainless tube, not emt.  Tube is measured on the outside diameter, pipe is measured on the inside diameter.

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    #70065

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    There are 3 different sets of printed parts C-23.5mm, F-25mm, or J-25.4mm (1in). The measurement is for the Outside Diameter of the conduit/rails/tubing. Please measure your rails before printing. 23.5mm fits 3/4″ EMT conduit in the US. Anywhere else you must physically measure first, some things are sold as Inside Dimension (ID) (conduit), or Outside Dimension (OD) (Tubing).

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