Date: Fri Dec 14 13:09:18 2007

Author: Wolfgang Rueckner

Subject: Re: clear plastic pipe

Post:
I want to thank all of you for the many useful leads. You're such a
marvelous resource. -- Wolfgang



On Dec 13, 2007, at 6:53 PM, Bernard Cleyet wrote:

>
> try searching thru cadillac plastic(s)
>
> e.g. http://www.cadillacplastic.com/-/results/?k=Cadillac
> +Plastics&tok=x2pqkj6mNzoKEwirjveRuaaQAhUqLWoKHRVHLQUYASAEMIrwoAM4Hg&p
> =RS&r=5& +Plastics&tok=x2pqkj6mNzoKEwirjveRuaaQAhUqLWoKHRVHLQUYASAEMIrwoAM4Hg&p
> =RS&r=5&>
>
> bc who once had their catalogue.
>
> Wolfgang Rueckner wrote:
>
>> That helps. Thank you. It's curious that the 24" dia only comes
>> with a 1" thick wall! I'd love to find 1/4" or 3/8" wall. --
>> Wolfgang
>>
>>
>> On Dec 13, 2007, at 4:11 PM, William Beaty wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> This looks like it:
>>>
>>>
>>> Laird Plastics, lairdplastics.com
>>>
>>> 179543 ACR TUBE 18 OD X .375 WALL (by the foot)
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Or, if it doesn't have to support any enormous gas pressure, you
>>> could pay
>>> a plastics fab shop to heat-bend some acrylic sheet into a
>>> circle. (That
>>> might even be cheaper than buying cast acrylic pipe!)
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On Thu, 13 Dec 2007, Wolfgang Rueckner wrote:
>>>
>>>> I am not having any luck finding a supplier of large diameter
>>>> (18 to
>>>> 24 inch), clear, plastic pipe (or would it be called tube?). This
>>>> stuff used to be available in acyrlic and polycarbonate. Anyone
>>>> know
>>>> of a supplier? -- Wolfgang
>>>>
>>>
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>>> ))
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>>
>>
>>
>>



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