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Old 02-27-2015, 09:56 AM
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Thank guys!

I have done this long time ago and lately started again.

Want to see more my work:
Instagram: ceeceeoy and Facebook page.

Go check what means "total restoration" to me. Doing it to '70 T/A Challenger...
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I learned a really cool bead rolling trick at a metal shaping class here a few weeks back. When you really want to make sure your rolling is perfectly straight or you have an irregular shape you want to bead roll, cut yourself a template out of 1/2" wood and screw it to the panel. Now you have a guide to bead roll against.

Also if you an irregular shape or something with a lot of radius that you want to look really good like a 6" circle for example, you could cut a positive and a negative and make yourself a stamp. Drill a hole in the center and bolt them together for alignment and use a hammer or press to "stamp" your shape
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But bead rolling is fun and easy way to build nice things. Even with out buying expensive stuff. I know that Shane can and will hook everybody how wants. They do have nice tools...

and go straight to magnetic brake.

Here are some of my pieces. Made with home made machine and dies.




And there's something else on the forum that I'm jealous of...... Great job! You're a talented man.
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Thanks Josh,

Like I told, been doing a lot of this. But had a long pause.

Now been doing more. Here is some of the latest.


Wheel tub wall to my "Project Plan Bee"



3 step and half of the round edge. Other half is in tub side. Seam in the middle of the radius.



Sing to my friends HD.



Birthday presents





Just need to practice and repeat.

I will start posting about my Plan bee when I got more done.
For those who are interested, search "project_plan_bee" at Instagram
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I made an outfeed table exactly like Brett is talking about. Used a sheet of 3/4" melamine and notched it to fit up around the wheels. Really handy for managing big sheets by yourself. It definitely makes a difference if you don't let it droop as you roll.


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Very nice work. You need to be doing your own how to videos on YouTube and making some money on them. :-)


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Thanks Josh,

Like I told, been doing a lot of this. But had a long pause.

Now been doing more. Here is some of the latest.


Wheel tub wall to my "Project Plan Bee"



3 step and half of the round edge. Other half is in tub side. Seam in the middle of the radius.



Sing to my friends HD.



Birthday presents





Just need to practice and repeat.

I will start posting about my Plan bee when I got more done.
For those who are interested, search "project_plan_bee" at Instagram
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Thanks Doug1,

I dont have time to make videos. Have business to run and cars to buid.

If you like to see more what I do check me at IG here

New rolling stuff will came as I continue my builds. Now have new home build 43" deep bead roller machine w/ table. And on upper shaft I have 3" adjustment.
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