I read the manual and bending tables, but my results were off. Is there a multiplier I can use if my height, and or length don't match the table values?
Any insight, or help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
The best thing I found is to read and understand some of the concepts of math and finding angles and lengths and sides of a triangle. I'm not a math guy, but this article helped me out quit a lot. Google "Formulas and multipliers for bending conduit or electrical pipe by Dan Harmon". After I looked through that article, I figured out it's too much math to remember. Found my old 1990 Greenlee conduit bending handbook. The Handbook has tables of offsets from 1" to 25" with 1 degree bends thru 48 degrees showing the distance between bends. If used often enough you could come up with your own multipliers and remember them. I think your electrical supplier or the person you purchased the bender from should be able to come up with a handbook. Just keep in mind that "anyone" can install crooked conduit. Takes a lot of practice to install it correct the first time.