Good for amateurs I love the lay out of the app. The slide bar has a nice feel. Only problem I see is it bends two types of bends....offsets and three bend saddles. A five star bending app would have all other types of bends (four bend, 90's, segment, corner bends, etc.). But on the other hand.....it is free.
It's not very accurate Seems their math is slightly different, thought it would be like the one on the Apple store defiantly not must be what everyone keeps saying about the play store vs Apple anyway better off to do your own math.
Perfect but no good in Europe I bend hydraulic tube every day and thought I would get a app to make life easier, this app looks brilliant but I'm in the uk so we use metric tube and metric measurements. I couldn't see a way to change from imperial to metric please correct me if I'm wrong. So in a nutshell the app looks awesome but is utterly useless for me
Industrial Electrician I'm sorry, maybe it's just the fact that I've run a lot of conduit, or that I aced trig in high school, but it wasn't useful to me. For the options provided, I can do the math in my head. Given it provided aid with concentric 90's or other situations which require more time consuming calculations, it might be worth buying, if only used occasionally. However, as it stands, it's not useful to me. Seems to be accurate though, so nice try.
Doesn't use correct trigonometric offset multipliers and rounds shrink constant to nearest 1/8th, which is OK in the trade. Wouldn't hurt to throw in a 4 point saddle.
When bending conduit, the circumference of the conduit matters. How do I know if the measurements given are for 1/2 inch, 3/4 or one inch, etc?
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