How to build a machine to break a piece of pipe

Heavy duty piping is becoming increasingly popular, especially in homes and apartments.

In fact, one study found that home heating oil sales rose 40 percent between 2014 and 2017.

However, piping problems can be dangerous.

A 2014 study found pipes could break at a rate of 1 in 10,000 attempts.

One in 100 pipes will break during an oil change, and a single pipe could break enough to cause an explosion.

A pipe can also break when it’s dropped from a ladder, or a piece is moved by someone trying to do repairs on a home that’s been closed for more than a month.

This is why it’s important to know how to build the perfect pipe bending machine.

Learn how to create a pipe bending tool with a professional.

1.1K Shares Share John E. McAfee is the author of the new book The Complete Guide to Making and Fixing Everything: The Ultimate Toolbox of Tools and Tools for the DIYer.

He is also the founder of The McAfee Security Consulting Team and the McAfee Institute.

Follow John on Twitter @McAfeeSecurity.

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