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Old 03-11-2013, 08:06 AM   #1
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The best way I can describe this project is I need to make half a cube out of threaded pipe and attach it to the wall at the ceiling with threaded flanges.

However, I am having a hard time finding the corner fittings that I need.

In one place, I want a corner - three openings at right angles to each other, to make the corner of the "box."

However, somewhere else, I need the corner to also have a threaded end out the side, so the pipe can continue. Like a T. Any ideas where I would find that in 3/4? Or the proper name of it so I can search online?

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Old 03-11-2013, 08:14 AM   #2
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Here is what I mean, in case you can't read my mind! lol
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Don't know that you find the corner fitting. The closest I have seen is a cross fitting.
Try goggling "pipe fittings".
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I did that, I've looked through about six different websites so far. Haven't found anything.
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Oh, I found the corner fitting. (On the right in my sketch) it's the one on the left that I'm having trouble with.
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FOUND IT!

Well, the name anyway. It's a "side outlet tee" in case anyone was wondering.

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