Ive seen worse, just roll with it.Ya I’m not an electrician. I need advice though. I have a 4 point saddle going into a 12” offset. I calculated slightly more than 31” between bends at 22.5 degrees. I proceeded to make the first bend at the arrow and the 2nd bend at the back of bend mark. I missed my hanger by a couple inches. What the hell did I do wrong?
For the 4 point saddle, I went arrow, back of bend mark, back of bend mark, arrow and it came out correct (one joist is lower than the others which explains the downward angle)
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I need to eat crow. I bought a 3/4” Klein bender with a angle setter. Bent the 1/2” with it so it had the same radius as the 3/4. Turns out I was over bending with the 1/2” bender. Guess I was accounting for too much spring backI use a Klein emt bender. I bend just past the 22.5 and when you factor in the spring back, it’s close. I know it’s not over. If it was over, I would be off more than I am. I guess my question is what marks on my bender should I be using? Like I said earlier, 1st bend was arrow, 2nd bend was back of bend mark
Not sure if good or bad....I gotta admit this looks like my work...