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    Simple manual bending setup

    Made a simple manual bending setup.
    Integrated it to my worktable to save space.

    Easy to expand with different templates.
    For bending and scrolling bars.



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    Last edited by Tuomas; 11-18-2017 at 09:49 AM.

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    very nice. My only problem with it would be I can never keep any of my work tables clear enough to mount one in
    Never try to tell me it can't be done
    When I have to paint I use http://kbs.justoldtrucks.com/

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    Cool build! thanks for not playing a bunch if inane music!

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    Great job! Got plans available?

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    Well done - if I make one it probably won't be up to your standard!

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    I'm subscribed to your You Tube channel and love the way you mazimize the use of every tool you have and manage to convey information so simply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank S View Post
    very nice. My only problem with it would be I can never keep any of my work tables clear enough to mount one in
    Thanks Frank. Yep. I had that problem, then i choosed to empty it and mount tools somewhere else. I hope it stays clean now.
    This has an another option too, why its mounted to table, i can use those holes for clamping workpieces to the table too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pa1963 View Post
    Cool build! thanks for not playing a bunch if inane music!
    Thanks. I try to avoid music. Sometimes i "have to" use it to cover noisy parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WinDancerKnives View Post
    Great job! Got plans available?
    Sorry. I don't draw plans. Just plan inside my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NortonDommi View Post
    I'm subscribed to your You Tube channel and love the way you mazimize the use of every tool you have and manage to convey information so simply.
    That's great. Thank you very much! I try to make videos in the way thay i don't need to explain. Sometimes i fail with it, mostly reason is that i edit them too fast...

    I have been thinking should i start speaking in my videos? But, im not so talkative, so it might sound boring... "I made a hole... with a drill.... Then i weld.... with a welder..... " Lol

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