Cutting PVC Pipe - Lengthwise for guttering Answered
Ok, here's one I thought I'd throw open to the masses....
I'm knocking off the last of a fully automated self-sufficient watering system that runs completely off grey/rainwater. However, the coke can guttering is not working in this position as it has previously :(
I was thinking of using PVC piping, cut lengthwise for guttering. However, I'm working out the logistics of cutting it. It can't be cut directly in half - this would be too shallow to catch the runoff from the chicken shed. and funnel it down to the tanks, so I'm looking at removing a chunk of the top. And I also have no table saw. Wheee.
What I do have
Dremel (x2) with associated cutting wheels
Jig saw (With associated plastic cutting blades)
Hand saws (tenon, crosscut, hack, pruning, etc)
So, here's one that I'm throwing open. With the tools I have, how would you do it? I'm leaning towards the dremel, but there would probably be issues with maintaining a straight line (not that I care about some warp, it's a gutter)
*EDIT* Ended up using a jig saw with an acrylic cutting blade. Worked a treat.