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Old 08-12-2017, 11:03 PM   #21
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so after I read you reply like 10 times and played with the app I think I understand it now, but I would like to confirm that I understand it. Also I would not have to do any other math, right? https://ibb.co/h504wa


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Another nice thing is the multiplier card. Tap your degree and the coscant is add to the apps calculator. From there hit the multiply button and the amount of your offset. It comes in handy when you don't remember a multiplier and you just want to do quick math. The only thing the calculator doesn't account for, is the gain, like you would need on larger pipe. You can compare the apps distance between bends, and just the coscant method to see if gain is even an issue.

When you tap the multiplier card in the top right it switches to a shrink card.

Here's my cheat sheet for the 881.
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holy cow that is a really powerful app!!!! This app would literally change how I bend pipe. I hope my boss lets me down load it on our iPad. Thanks for all of your help.
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