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Old 02-17-2014, 12:11 PM
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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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Old 02-18-2014, 04:38 PM
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I have the same one and recommend it also .
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I have the same one and recommend it also .



Really? I thought the only thing you knew about bent metal was how to straighten it?



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Old 02-28-2014, 08:35 AM
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Here is a project by one of our customers. You will notice radius bending with a piece of solid rod as well as box bending......

There is not a single machine on the market today that can perform all of these functions at once.....except a magnetic box and pan brake.

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Looks nice!

I've been working on a core support for my Cadillac as well. No shots of the mag brake in action but aside from the lower corners that are .125 steel plate, the entire thing started out as a sheet of 16ga mild steel.


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Here is one with the rest of the panels under the hood. This is the first project I did with this machine. There is no learning curve, the machine just works.

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I'm out here at Mark Gerish's Metalworking Academy this week and we were playing with it a bit yesterday. This thing is damn cool!!
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I'm out here at Mark Gerish's Metalworking Academy this week and we were playing with it a bit yesterday. This thing is damn cool!!
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Hi Shane,

Sorry I haven't been able to get in touch with you, we have been phone tagging for a week then I got busy.

Heres a battery box that I have been working on. My neighbor growing up had this Army Jeep that was from the Korean war era. It had this cool box on the side that he said was to hold morter crates. It had this cool swing out hold down on it and I remember studying it for hours. I was 12 at the time and wondered what it would take to make one. It was the inspiration for this. A battery box.

So with a flat piece of 18 gauge, 1/4" OD tubing, 3/16" stainless rod, cool dies and an accurate brake I came up with this.

3 piece a, scratch built hinge. Not done yet, have some tig welding and sanding to do. Oh and a stud hold down.
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