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A LaTeX user, more than 10 years, gets serious about typesetting around 2010 when picking up bits and pieces of LaTeX knowledge, still many to learn.

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reviewed No Action Needed natbib problem with Inspire bibitem
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reviewed Close Unable to install MikTex
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reviewed Close Beautiful Font - identification
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reviewed No Action Needed How can I draw circled integers with the same size by TikZ?
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revised fitting a wide table in centre of a page
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comment fitting a wide table in centre of a page
As to the second suggestion, I did that to pull the table down a bit so that it won't overlap with showframe.
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comment fitting a wide table in centre of a page
@Mico -- My extensive test shows that is indeed (I had this habit to double check when posted my answer). Thanks for the remark.
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answered fitting a wide table in centre of a page
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awarded  Nice Answer
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answered Using TikZ to draw a water channel profile
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reviewed Close how to draw a FigureEight Complement esker curve like the icon of Claymath?
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comment Indentation in footnote
@user2567875 -- You can upvote all of them if you choose to. Furthermore, How do you accept an answer here tex.stackexchange.com/tour to say “thank you” to users who helped you.
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revised Indentation in footnote
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answered Indentation in footnote
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revised accuratelly place a node above and left of another node
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reviewed Close Facing difficulties while drawing 3D diagrams using TikZ
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reviewed Close Use of parenthesis/curly bracket in split environment: Error for curly bracket on opposite sides of \\
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reviewed Leave Open How to draw this in tikz?
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answered accuratelly place a node above and left of another node
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comment accuratelly place a node above and left of another node
After some tests, I found this regularity: Please try \node[source, left=0mm (or any value) of sputter,rotate=60,anchor=south] (spusource) {BOX1}; the rotate=60 is related to -30 of sputter by 60-(-30)=90. Hope this help. Depending on the density of the tubes, you many need to try more. According to your code there are only two tubes, probably will work.