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Rectangular Elbows


    Selecting Attributes:

  • Tube A – the first Evergreen Rectangular tube
  • Tube B – the second Evergreen Rectangular tube
  • Elbow Angle – What degree the Elbow bends – 15°, 30°, 45° or 90°
  • Elbow Orientation – Horizontal (lays flat) Vertical (runs up and down) or Turns 90° (from Horizontal to Vertical)
  • Leg Length – Obituary S (Short), M (Medium) or L (Long)

Modeling Scales

Please check the scales you model

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Evergreen Tubing

These elbows connect Rectangular Tubing. This means that we need 6 each 90°, 45° elbows. Additional elbows of 30° and 15° may also be created.

The three rectangular tubing is shown to the left. The column labeled “Part No.” is the Evergreen tubing #. To simplify a bit I assigned a Code to each of these tubing sizes (column labeled ‘Code’).

The Elbows I am listing are “Old Stock EA Elbows” from Rusty Stumps and the listing is being updated as quick as I can do so. If there is a demand for certain Elbows after the current stock is depleted that will be addressed case by case.

Additional information

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Tube A (Rectangular)

A – 1/8" x 1/4" ~ 3,2mm x 6,3mm #257, B – 3/16" x 5/18" ~ 4,8mm x 7,9mm #258, C – 1/4" x 3/8" ~ 6,3mm x 9,5mm #259

Tube B (Rectangular)

A – 1/8" x 1/4" ~ 3,2mm x 6,3mm #257, B – 3/16" x 5/18" ~ 4,8mm x 7,9mm #258, C – 1/4" x 3/8" ~ 6,3mm x 9,5mm #259

Elbow Angle

90°, 45°, 30°, 15°

Elbow Orientation

Horizontal, Vertical, Turns 90°

Leg Length

S, M, L

Evergreen Tubing Info

These fittings are made to use Evergreen tubing to create ductwork. There is no scale as such – you simply need to select the size tubing that will best represent the ducting you are modeling in your scale.

Note: The sizes shown for the tubing is ‘nominal’. While this does not matter for the OD, it does for the ID. The tubing I believe is produced much like a pasta extruder ,, through a die so the ID can vary by a few thousands of an inch. If the fitting does not slide easily into the tube you will need to either use an emery board to swipe the end of the fitting or use an appropriate size drill bit to ream out the round tube to make the fitting fit. Mostly this is not needed and the fitting will fit to the tube easily.



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