What is a 45-degree offset formula?

Answer

The center-to-center dimension for a 45-degree bend is equal to the desired size of the offset times the cosecant 1.414. A cosecant is used to determine the distance between the centers of the two bends used to make an offset. A 45-degree angle has a cosecant of 1.414.

An angle's cosecant is defined as the length of the hypotenuse of a 90-degree triangle divided by the length of the opposite side of the triangle. According to the Porcupine Labor Press, other popular offset angles and their cosecants include 10 degrees with a cosecant of 5.76, 22.5 degrees with a cosecant of 2.6, 30 degrees with a cosecant of 2.0 and 60 degrees with a cosecant of 1.15.

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whatever the offset is times it by 1.414 and this will give you your travel then just take off the centres of the 45's and you have your cut length.for instance if the offset is 12
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Multiply the center to center by 1.41, the subtract the
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To calculate the distance between bends multiply the offset by 1.414. Source(s): http://www.mikeholt.com/documents/freest…
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