Why am i having problems bending an offset on the 2nd marker for an 1 inch marker for 10 degrees? Either I'm weak or is there a chart for using 10 degrees, 22.5 degrees, 30 degrees, etc for the appropriate inches to match the degrees to bend. i followed what was on my Klein bender. Which is 6 1/16 (including shrinkage) apart. I did make a 90 degree first on a five foot pipe. So please any advise will be appreciated. I look at youtube videos but it doesn't address this problem. And yes it was perpendicular from my body with my foot holding the bottom of the bender against my right foot. Thank you.
Based on your last comment, it sounds like you are trying to make the following bend by doing the 90-degree bend followed by the bump-out and you are unable complete the bend for the bump-out.
This basically comes down to finding a way to get more leverage.
One way to accomplish this is to plan out the order of the bends better so you are not pulling on short lengths of conduit or in ways that the conduit will want to rotate on you. In this case, I would suggest one of the following workflows:
Reverse the order of the bends: Do the bump out followed by the 90 degree bend.
Depending on the length of conduit required after the 90 degree bend on the side opposite of the bump-out, start by making the bends further toward the middle of the conduit so that you have a long piece of conduit to work with on the side with the bump-out. Then, you cut off the excess length you do not need:
There is a book that most electricians are familiar with called Ugly's. It has all kind of information including you bending problem. If you want something more modern. I have an app called Conduit Bend or it might be Conduit Elite Bend. Its excellent app for what you are wanting.