Originally Posted by cytoSiN
Quote: Originally Posted by Oregonian That's one of the coolest ones yet. Thanks! I don't have the equipment to weld the elbows, so I figured I'd just use plumber's Goop to seal the joints, but I must have done something wrong because it didn't hold fast enough to support the weight of the cans, so I added some Gorilla glue OUTSIDE the joins at the weight-bearings elbows. I tried to hide it underneath the stand, but even if I can't see it I know I did a sloppy job. I also didn't account for the fact that the elbows wouldn't give me perfect 90 degree angles, even though my cuts are square (used a tube cutter). To be honest, I have no idea how you get a 90 degree angle since I used 90 degree elbows and the angles are clearly acute on most corners. That said, I like it for the time being, especially since it fits perfectly over my stack and matches my newest cans
Nice job! I do love me a copper stand.
(I have 2 of them up here.)
I used JB Weld and PC-7 on mine, you have to rough up the ends with coarse sandpaper also the inside of the fittings. Have everything cut and ready to go, mix up your epoxy and start assembly. Support the parts that won't stay up by themselves, or epoxy them on a flat surface first and add them to the uprights after.
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