PVC pipe machine
CNC Machine Rolls Up An Axis To Machine PVC Pipe
Whether it’s wood, metal, plastic, or otherwise, when it comes to obtaining materials for your builds, you have two choices: buy new stock, or scrounge what you can. Fresh virgin materials are often easier to work with, but it’s satisfying to get useful stock from unexpected sources. This CNC router for PVC pipe is a great example of harvesting materials from an unusual source. [Christophe Machet] undertook his “Pipeline Project” specifically to explore what can be made from large-diameter PVC pipe, of the type commonly used for sewers and other drains. It’s basically a standard – albeit large-format – three-axis CNC router with one axis wrapped into a cylinder. The pipe is slipped around a sacrificial mandrel and loaded into the machine, where it rotates under what looks like a piece of truss from an antenna tower. The spindle seems a bit small, but it obviously gets the job done; luckily the truss has the strength and stiffness to carry a much bigger spindle if that becomes necessary in the future. The video below shows the machine carving up parts for some lovely chairs. [Christophe] tells us that some manual post-forming with a heat gun is required for features like the arms of the chairs, but we could see automating that step too. We like the look of the pieces that come off this machine, and how [Christophe] saw a way to adapt one axis for cylindrical work. He submitted this project for the 2019 Hackaday Prize; have you submitted your entry yet?
PVC Pipe Fitting
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Floking runs PVC-O pipes in India
's technology. David specializes in applying molecular orientation to manufacture PVC-O pipe systems, making machines to produce the pipes, as well as extruding PVC-O high-pressure water pipes itself. Floking and David promoted the development at the Indian shows Plastindia 2012 and Water Expo 2012. David noted that the plastics sector in India is one of its most profitable, with plastic demand in the country forecast to triple over the next decade. David says its technology makes pipe ideal for water transport under pressure due to high impact resistance, higher hydraulic capacity, improved behavior against water hammer, chemical resistance, full tightness, load loss reduction, and PMT of installation. David technology is already in use in Spain, Australia, Italy, Ecuador, and Colombia, with technology transfer projects in Canada, the U.S., Saudi Arabia, South Africa, and Russia, as well as water infrastructure projects elsewhere in Europe and Africa. The PMT Group reports that the world pipe market is projected to expand 7.3% annually through 2015, with demand in China, the world's largest consumer of pipe, to slow to a more average pace while advances in North America and Europe were forecast to accelerate. PMT posited that HDPE and smaller-volume plastic pipe products were to outpace PVC.