The T connector is our most popular and versatile structural pipe fitting. It is designed to natively fit 3/4" or 1" EMT Conduit which is readily available at your local hardware store. The 1/2" connector variant includes two adapter shims for building with 1/2" EMT Conduit. The T fitting allows you to easily connect two pipes at a 90 degree angle or use it as an elbow on the ends of conduit. You only need a single 5mm hex wrench for the T Connector assembly.
*Hardware is included with each T connector
The T connector consists of two mirrored pieces that interlock together with a puzzle piece design. The two pieces clamp together with one nut and bolt. The clamp design allows you to quickly change a connection while building or remove and reuse the connectors in a future project.The pocket feature locks the nut into place when tightening, this makes for an easy one tool assembly no matter which side the nut is on. Every connector comes with a pre applied friction band that makes connections even more secure.
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I have had so much fun with Make Pipe connectors. The possibilities are endless for what you can build. The great customer service and product support make working with the company a real pleasure. I have posted a picture of my flight simulator cockpit built using Make Pipe connectors. I'm looking forward to my next project!
Using “T” connectors to support the tarp for a 1” EMT carport frame. They are working perfectly to help keep the rain flowing off of the tarp without pooling.
Thank you for the quick shipment and quality product.
I liked the recent YouTube about bending conduit. Thought you might like to see a bend project I did a couple of years ago (before I discovered MakerPipe).
This is an interior roof for a professional music studio. The arch is ~8’ wide, 4’ tall enclosed in a sound insulated “box” that is part of the roof structure.
The real trick was bending the 3/4” conduit. I built a jig using wood spools. Worked great!