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Ever want to make a project out of PVC pipe, but couldn’t find the fittings you needed at your local hardware store? A few weeks ago Hack a Day featured the company FORMUFIT that makes custom PVC fittings more suited for making structures than plumbing. They call their line of fittings Tinkertoys for adults.

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Not only do they sell fittings you can’t find locally, but the fittings are meant to be used in finished applications. They have a glossy white finish with no external markings or raised lettering, and their edges are tapered and clean. FORMUFIT sells fittings for 1/2″, 3/4″, 1″, 1-1/4″, 1-1/2″, and 2″ PVC.  Here’s a sample of the fittings they carry:

  • Domed end caps
  • Fishmouth (end to the middle of a pipe)
  • Three-way elbow
  • Table cap (end to flat surface)
  • Caster insert
  • Four-way cross
  • Four-way tee
  • Five-way cross
  • Internal coupling
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The downside is the fittings are a bit pricey compared to plumbing fittings, but still generally cheaper than structural pipe fittings. For instance, a 1″ 90° elbow will run you a little more than a dollar, or a 1-1/2″ four-way cross will run almost $3. Of course you’ll also be paying shipping charges. I can’t find their shipping policy on the site, but a $3 order has a $5 shipping charge through USPS Priority mail, a $50 order has a $10 charge, and a $100 order qualifies for free shipping.

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10 Responses to Find The PVC Fittings Your Local Store Won’t Carry

  1. Brau says:

    Great! Could have used these a number of times. I’m happy to know they exist, but wonder what are the chances any nearby dealers will actually carry them?

  2. Dan says:

    I just bought a bunch of regular fittings a couple weeks ago for a project at the home center and was debating whether I should clean up all the molding marks for a cleaner look, might have to return them and order some of these.

  3. Cameron says:

    Nice. I could have used these when I rebuilt my laundry sorter with PVC. The original plastic tubes it came with turned yellow and brittle.

  4. rhonda price says:

    I have been looking every where for a 6-way pvc fitting connector. I only found it one place and with was $8.25 a piece! Have you seen it cheaper anywhere else?

    • Andrew says:

      I know right? how hard is it in this world to make a cheap and quality 6 way pvc fitting? let me know if you found anything cheaper.

    • Tracey says:

      LOL, me too, at this point, I’d pay the $8.25, but it’s the $10 shipping that’s stopping me…absurd.

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