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About bender

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  • Birthday 07/27/1961

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    Neal Conner
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    Neon Latitudes
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    Full Service Shop

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    (541) 344-6366
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    3430 W. 11th Ave
    Eugene, OR 97402
  • Equipment
    tube bending equipment and assembly, sheet metal tools, LEDs and other electric sign components.

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  1. Lots of interest over here, but so far away. What manifold(s) do you have? Do you have transformers on a pallet ready to ship?
  2. Just any old manifold? I might know where there's a dusty system made of old leaded glass and glass stopcocks. I would expect it wouldn't be worth your while; the vacuum gauge is butyl phthylate, the stopcocks need greasing, but I'm pretty sure one of them is broken and they sure aren't cheap these days. Pyrex greaseless stopcocks cost lots less, but then you're stuck finding someone to assemble it. There's a guy out in the Carolinas who makes them custom--way spendy. I'm not sure if anyone else has responded to this request, but feel free to clarify: how many kinds of gas (probably 2, right?
  3. Hey man, are you looking to piece it together, one thing at a time? Or are you looking for a complete shop? Lots of miscellaneous stuff out there. Like, for instance, I have 3 tube cutters but only one that works. Others need some service first. Lots of remnants from other shops. But not the complete setup.
  4. A bit of clarification, do I see it correctly that your modules are shining into the letter and the light is reflecting back out from there? And no shadows from the brackets or the modules themselves? How are the letters mounted to the wall? We are being very slow to adopt the LEDs since we're a long-time neon shop, but that's a nice display
  5. That is the most impressive manifold I have ever seen. I would like to share these photos with a neon forum on Facebook. I have been asked, believe it or not, by a large company in another state, if I could imagine a manifold with 4 or 6 connection points. If you're ever passing through Oregon stop in and we'll put one of these together.
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