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OK I had a request to make a tool for a fellow producer/manufacture and this is what I came up with. Take a guess what its for
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Old November 22nd, 2011, 12:59 AM
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Pnuematic clamp or a pincher for crimping stainless steel sheet metal.
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Old November 22nd, 2011, 05:26 AM
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think 3rdgen has it, its used to pinch or hold sheet metal. no pic of the front?
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My tendonitous is ceasing just looking at that thing.
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Looks like a brake to me.
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Yep your all right. It is a devise to complete the hem after my new brake folds the material over. This is a unit that will move along an overhead track. My new machine isn't capable of pressing the hem tight. So, I got real sick of carrying 12' long pieces of material from the brake to the press. I told Chuck of my concerns and less then a day later I get these pictures. Amazing.
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Thats a great friend to have Jim.
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Yep your all right. It is a devise to complete the hem after my new brake folds the material over. This is a unit that will move along an overhead track. My new machine isn't capable of pressing the hem tight. So, I got real sick of carrying 12' long pieces of material from the brake to the press. I told Chuck of my concerns and less then a day later I get these pictures. Amazing.
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Thanks, Haynes. Am I off the hook, Jim?
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Got bored and put a safty rail and a better hang point. It keeps the bottom statinary and allows the top to move down to do the bending. I was bending some Lbracket from a garage door hanger with it and smashing beer caps. Now dont tell Jim but I found some cool parts today Ill post soon after a day in the shop.
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