Can you tug on the conduit a bit to get it straightened a bit? Your can try a pipe hickey and see if you can kick them over a bit but otherwise just cut the ko's where you need themWhat's the method some of you use to align multiple conduits for a knockout? Let's say for both even and uneven stubs from a messed up concrete pad pour.....
Understandable, but what if you were installing a panel with multiple conduit runs deriving from the top of this new panel?We would often stub all the conduits up to the same height and get a square cut rectangle of cardboard. Hold the cardboard tight to the wall and tap with a hammer above each conduit and use that as a template to put the holes in the panel.
Good idea! I don't have to do this, just picking the brains of you masterminds here. Also wondering if there was an old school way that involved a little math.Mount a piece if strut to the wall and straigten the pipes the best u can and strap them in. Then pick up the panel place it on top of the pipes, center and level the panel and trace them out
Typically we would punch the holes in the top of the panel, install the panel and start the conduit runs from there. I don't think I have ever run the conduits before installing the panel enclosure.Understandable, but what if you were installing a panel with multiple conduit runs deriving from the top of this new panel?