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#44188 10/29/04 10:30 PM
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Has anyone here used one of these?
http://pipecat.com/electrical/index.php

If so does it work well?


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#44189 10/29/04 11:12 PM
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I have one that I got from a Plumbing Supply....about $175

Works great

[This message has been edited by velect (edited 10-29-2004).]

#44190 10/30/04 12:09 AM
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That looks like a really neat toy.

#44191 10/30/04 07:15 AM
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Does the conduit spin in the unit? I can only imagine cuttin a bent piece and haveing a 90 spinning all around.


Mark Heller
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#44192 10/31/04 06:04 PM
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Since you have one of these, velect, what is the minimum amount you can cut? It looks like it might not work well to take off 1/8-1/2".

Dave


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