Wednesday, January 15th 2020

Ek Waterblocks Announces Soft Tube Cutter and Hard Tube Bending Tool

EK Water Blocks, the Slovenia-based premium computer liquid cooling gear manufacturer,today announces the expansion of its liquid cooling gear portfolio with two new tools from the EK-Loop portfolio - EK-Loop Soft Tube Cutter and EK-Loop Modulus Hard Tube Bending Tool.

EK-Loop Soft Tube Cutter
EK-Loop Soft Tube Cutter is a small handy tool specifically made for soft tube cutting. It is compatible with various flexible soft tubing types such as PVC, EPDM, Norprene, silicone, etc. The maximum size compatibility of the cutter is 16 mm (5/8") OD. The EK-Loop Soft Tube Cutter is made in China and is available for purchase for €4.90.
EK-Loop Modulus Hard Tube Bending Tool
The Modulus is the EK approach to an easy and straight forward way of bending hardline acrylic and PETG tubing. The tools act as a mold which helps the user to form the tubing in the desired shape. EK-Loop Modulus tools come in 3 variants depending on the outer diameter (OD) of the tubing. Available models are for tube size of 12 mm, 14 mm, and 16 mm. The EK-Loop Modulus Hard Tube Bending Tool is made in Slovenia and is available for €24.90 in all three diameters.
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7 Comments on Ek Waterblocks Announces Soft Tube Cutter and Hard Tube Bending Tool

#1
AnarchoPrimitiv
EK's tubing cutter....for when you want to pay a lot more than for a generic one at the hardware store for absolutely no good reason.
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#2
Basard
AnarchoPrimitiv
EK's tubing cutter....for when you want to pay a lot more than for a generic one at the hardware store for absolutely no good reason.
This one's orange.... ORANGE!!
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#3
Lorec
When I built my loop (EK custom loop kit)... I`ve cut soft tubing with scissors o_O
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#4
BakerMan1971
the cutting tool is a little meh, I prefer the ones with longer handles too for a quick shear through the tube.

I do like the hard tube guide though, might grab one of those
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#5
diatribe
I like using the larger cutters for soft and hard tubing.
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HUSKIE
Lorec
When I built my loop (EK custom loop kit)... I`ve cut soft tubing with scissors o_O
I used my teeth. Lol
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#7
Object55
HUSKIE
I used my teeth. Lol
Well you are a Huskie, that's obvious :D
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