How do you guys bend your pipes? My 2mm thick x 40mm wide pipes and they seem relatively stiff.
Edit: I made a wooden jig to bend to specific dimensions. For freehand bends, I used my thumb to lever the center of a bend.
Following the guideline for minimum bend diameter, I too made a jig, really just a piece of wood the same width as the pipe the edge rounded off with a router that's the support, then one end I had it clamped to my work table, and the other end I fashioned a wide-tongue clamp where I can hold it with both hands and push against the support piece. It didn't come out like perfect but good enough. I was surprised it was softer that I imagined.
Loving it, my boxe is barely lukewarm.