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Interesting. I once got a 3/4 ell that one end had not been cut off as
they show in the video. Now I can see what happened, somehow it
got past that step in the process without the closed end being cut off
and swaged by the machine.
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interesting that they also had press fittings on display. but never showed them being made. if it's the same process and same equipment, then they must have realized that the longer sweep and thicker wall is what's needed and has been lacking for decades in normal sweet fittings.