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The Mixed Kit includes (12) T Connectors, (4) 90 Degree Connectors, (4) 45 Degree Connectors, and (2) 180 Degree Connectors. The variety of fittings makes this kit perfect for DIY pros and beginners alike. Designed to fit inexpensive ¾ inch EMT conduit which is readily available at your local hardware store. Use this versatile building kit and conduit to create pipe furniture in your home or clean up the shop with a DIY shelving system. Your imagination is the only limit when building with the Mixed Kit and conduit!
Every connector we offer features a steel construction and a corrosion resistant black or silver coating. This means your build has a sleek design that better protects your projects indoors and out. Combine these connector features with the strong and durable nature of galvanized steel conduit and you get an affordable yet sturdy building platform.
*Hardware is included with each connector
This was my first purchase from Maker Pipe, and it has proven to be extremely helpful for all my builds. On the first one I used all but two connectors (the 180s), and this kit made it possible to experience the system, and start creating upon new necessities arrise. Highly recommended!
I’ve been using maker pipe with tons of different projects around the house from shelves and desks to Christmas decorations. I have plans for shades in the garden and awnings for the side yard. Love the options of these products and how easy it is to iterate with these.
This is with out a doubt the best company I have dealt with in the last 10 years, online or in person. The products came quickly. They are exactly as described. And even when they made a mistake on the order they made it right without question. I like dealing with them and will be building many more projects in the future. If there were 10 stars they would get 10 stars.
This is a great place to start your foray into Makerpipe. The connectors included are enough for a basic build or two if they're small, and include the basics without getting into connectors of limited or specialized utility that you might not end up needing.