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    JRW Sheet Metal Brake

    Iíve been working on this JRW Sheet Metal Brake for a couple years now.
    Finally decided to bring it to a close and get er done.
    Plans are at:
    http://www.homemetalshopclub.org/pro...etal_brake.pdf
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    Very nice!

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    Very nice thank you for posting the plans.

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    I think I'm going to build this! Thanks very much.

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    Thanks Shnick! We've added your Sheetmetal Brake to our Brakes and Presses category,
    as well as to your builder page: Shnick's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    Nice work! This is the first I’ve heard of the JRW, looks like a nice machine. Is the capacity mentioned anywhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizard69 View Post
    Nice work! This is the first Iíve heard of the JRW, looks like a nice machine. Is the capacity mentioned anywhere?
    Plans call for 24" width. If you scale it for wider material, I'd go 3/4" on parts #3 and #7, if you plan on going over 30" width.

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    Very nice. I need one but I donít fancy buildi g one. Here in Germany even 50 years old ones still cost 1000Ä.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max Maker View Post
    Very nice. I need one but I don’t fancy buildi g one. Here in Germany even 50 years old ones still cost 1000€.
    1000€ huh. Well, at current exchange rate 1.15:1, less cost than common here. Insisting on 48", hoping on 16 [.062] gauge, after 10 years settled for 18 [.050] gauge. At $1150, half the price I'd taken as going rate, was finally satisfied. Often 48" to 72" inchers are 4 to 5 thousand. Old brakes never die...but I don't know when they get gold-plated!


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