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8076Re: bending copper tubing

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  • Peter
    Jun 10, 2003
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      That w'ont work.
      The air inside is pressurable, so the coil will become flattend.

      If you would try to bend glass, than you could seal one end of the
      tube and after heating you could blow some are air into the glass
      while bending the glass.


      --- In new_distillers@yahoogroups.com, w G <wbg_us@y...> wrote:
      > Just out of curiosity, instead of filling the tube
      > with salt or sand, was wondering if anyone had
      > considered sealing the ends up and heating it, the
      > increase in internal air pressure should keep it
      > balooned out and round, just my 2c worth...
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