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Unread 02-13-2014, 11:43 AM
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Default The official "magnetic brake" thread

We get bombarded with question about our magnetic brake. I will just start posting up applications in this thread as they come accross my desk.
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Here is the first one, click this link for the full story:

Sheffield Race Cars, Innovative Fabrication with the BB-4816M Magnetic Box and Pan Brake | Baileigh IndustrialBaileigh Industrial










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So that 16 gauge capacity is a bit of a understatement. Pretty impressive. So .120" has to be about the limit??? I'm pretty sure I need one of those but I need a bead roller worse. Your going to have to hook me up on that Shane. Awesome piece of machinery ya got there.
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I see a need for that almost everyday.
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I see a need for that almost everyday.
We have that same brake Scott. I can tell you we absolutely love it. The more you use it, the more things you think of that you can do with it!

Hook him up Shane!
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Yes, I will be having one of these very soon.
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I want the tool and the knowledge on how to build that rear!!!
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So that 16 gauge capacity is a bit of a understatement. Pretty impressive. So .120" has to be about the limit??? I'm pretty sure I need one of those but I need a bead roller worse. Your going to have to hook me up on that Shane. Awesome piece of machinery ya got there.
The machine is rated for 16 gauge full width, but we have plenty of guys pushing that spec.....as you can see.
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Yes, I will be having one of these very soon.
Don't forget your LatG discount!
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I've been enjoying mine. Rebuilt part of my floors and am now building the core support from scratch with a sheet of 16ga steel.

It does bend 16 gauge full width no problem as long as there is enough engagement.

I've found on pieces you want a strengthening lip that are too narrow for the top die, you need to engage the edge by at least .400 or so or it wants to lift the die.
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