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    Louver press tool. Cheap and easy

    Hello!
    Let me introduce my own homemade DIY louver press tool.
    I use mechanical car lift jack as power source.

    You may see this video for details how it works.


    Louver press tool. Cheap and easy-puanson_matrix_louver_press_diy.jpg

    Yuriy Tagiltsev.
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    Last edited by vasiapupkinmoscow; 11-06-2016 at 09:49 AM.

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    Thanks vasiapupkinmoscow! We've added your Louver Press to our Brakes and Presses category,
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    Looks good. I needed one some time ago. I ended up cutting a slit and bend them with a hand tool

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    I would like to see how you made the whole set up, the male and the female part, I do like the idea of a manual jack. I was looking at a making one with a hydraulic jack a couple years ago! Nice working louver punch you have, need to see more about it.

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    more details please, what gauge metal?

    Ralph

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralphxyz View Post
    more details please, what gauge metal?

    Ralph
    In the beginning he notes he's punching 1/2mm metal.

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    Элегантный.

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    This device will run even during a power failure, or in any weather, it will always start. I love it. A very practical man.


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