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Unread postAuthor: m3c3a4 » Mon Jun 18, 2012 7:47 pm

well i havent found any tuts after a few months of learning how to build one cause i wanna learn how to build a piston. so can you please send me a link or two that are tuts please.

Thanks your efforts are greatly appreciated. :)
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Unread postAuthor: MrCrowley » Mon Jun 18, 2012 7:54 pm

m3c3a4 wrote:well i havent found any tuts after a few months of learning how to build one cause i wanna learn how to build a piston. so can you please send me a link or two that are tuts please.

Thanks your efforts are greatly appreciated. :)

Check. The. Forum.

This very section (the how-to database) has LOADS of tutorials. Some of them are even stickied. I know this will come across as rude but stop being lazy and try looking on the forum. I wouldn't say that if piston how-to guides weren't so numerous. I know you haven't bothered to search this how-to section because you would have found a how-to guide by myself that is stickied at the top of this section.

Here's a link for you.. Type in a keyword or two, select "Search for all terms" and select the forum section. "piston" and "guide" will turn up a few relevant results.
Check YouTube as well.

You don't need a piston tutorial of the exact design you want to build. My piston tutorial of a 1.5" porting piston valved PVC pneumatic is still relevant if you intend to build a high pressure, metal, small-bore, 3/4" porting piston valve. Just scale the sizes down.
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