Hi there, thanks for the question. You could use the 3/4" EMT Coupling that we make along with the 3/4 to 1/2 adapter shim.
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We don't have plans for one of those right now, but I bet you can find one for boat railing that fits 3/4" EMT Conduit.
Great job on the project! I’m sorry to hear the bolts are starting to rust. They have a similar coating as the connectors and shouldn’t be prone to corrosion. We would be happy to replace them. If you could send... (More)
Hi Joe, glad to have you here, and thanks for the question. We've done a video that might be helpful. I will link it down below but essentially what you can do is run a 3/8-16 threaded rod through conduit... (More)
Hey y'all thanks for the questions! Sounds like you both have some great project ideas and uses for the flanges which is awesome!
Carter is correct. When we did the redesign, we left the end clamp option off as it... (More)
We've done some testing to see how much supported/unsupported 1/2", 3/4", and 1" EMT Conduit can hold before bending. The video with results can be found here.
Hi Mark, thanks for the question. The casters add about 4" of height to a build.
You'll want to use the Pro T Connectors with the black "pipe and tube shim" that we sell. You can also make your own with thin irrigation hose from lowes or home depot. They have shorter lengths in store but... (More)
Hi Mike, sorry for the trouble. The 90's are made up of an inside and outside piece. If you're looking at the product page, the outside piece is on the far left. Which piece are you missing?
Hi there, thanks for the question. The standard connectors would work best I think to add shelves to the 1" uprights.
Hi Alicia, you sure can. It all depends on how much of a gap you want between the conduit and PVC, but any size above 1" PVC will fit around 3/4" EMT Conduit.
Hi Andrew, thanks for the question!
We did some testing last week and found an unsupported 5-foot span of conduit held around 180-210 pounds before flexing a noticeable amount. You can see some more details in this video if you... (More)
Hey Aaron, I just tagged you on a build that I think is exactly what you're after. It's a free-standing canopy over a cooking area with a slanted roof.
Conduit is galvanized and does pretty well in the weather, but... (More)
You can use the connectors with 1" outer diameter pipes as long as you remove the friction band, but it is a very tight fit. I recommend taking a connector with you to pick up your pipes that way you... (More)
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