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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    Quote Originally Posted by Primochill View Post
    Yes there is a slight difference on some of the tubing inside diameters but nothing the effects the outside diameter.The way the compression Fittings work a difference in size wouldnt make any difference. He is mainly only refering the the silicone tubing used for bending the tubing.But since that video he has been reserching different silicone's because the silicone has a pretty big allowance with some companies vs others.The Silicone i have fits all the tubing no problem so that part will be all settled by the time the System is released. But i can def assure you it wont effect anything as far as leaking or any thing like that. Mainly a bending tool issue is all it really is which we are pretty sure we have the perfect size silicone now so no sanding should be needed when released.

    Hope this helps.
    Exactly the differences will be minimal and with the outside O-ring it would not matter.

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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    Will be Posting the fittings shortly which will be sold in a 4 pack or singular. Keep an eye out for them i just need a little time and they will be posted.
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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    are these the fittings you are talking about?
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    Yes i just got finished posting them on the Facebook Page will have them all posted here in a sec . Lol unless i did it already as i have been busy .But ues they are very nice and come in a White woot!
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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    Rigid Fitting Thread is now open and posted. Enjoy : Rigid Ghost Compression Fittings Knurled Grip - 4 Packs
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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    What is the best way to cut them?
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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    I need twelve blue fittings and about 12 feet of blue tubing for an up and coming build and case review

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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    There is a Video posted somewhere here on the forum, I used a scroll saw but a cutting wheel or anything like that will work.
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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    Quote Originally Posted by Primochill View Post
    There is a Video posted somewhere here on the forum, I used a scroll saw but a cutting wheel or anything like that will work.
    So I was thinking I would use a cutting wheel. Is there no concern about getting too hot and cracking?
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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    a small pipe cutter from home depot would probably work ok

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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    So this looks like a smokin' new product. I was wondering what is the smallest bend you can get from this stuff? There's 45mm between the bottom GPU port and the top of the PSU, is that enough room for a 90 bend? The outside diameter of the fittings looks a little large as opposed to the tubing but I can live with that as long as I can get tubing straight to the port. Thanks
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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    Quote Originally Posted by GEARjmr View Post
    So this looks like a smokin' new product. I was wondering what is the smallest bend you can get from this stuff? There's 45mm between the bottom GPU port and the top of the PSU, is that enough room for a 90 bend? The outside diameter of the fittings looks a little large as opposed to the tubing but I can live with that as long as I can get tubing straight to the port. Thanks
    Here is a shot of we called the 25 cent bend but i think you could do even maybe a 5 cent or 10 cent bend if you really tried

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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    Thanks for the update Primo! Blue fittings and tubing and and I'll be ready to !!
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