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    Bending Strap to Angles Greater than 90

    The last time I visited Bill VanOrden’s (Beevo’s) shop I was shown a simple way to bend strap at angles greater than 90. Beevo was gracious enough to let me write it up. This technique uses standard drills to set the depth of bend. I added the math.

    If you are interested, please see

    http://rick.sparber.org/BAG90.pdf
    Last edited by rgsparber; 01-08-2015 at 06:18 AM.

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    Great tip, I've been thinking about how to build a strap bender.

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    Thanks Rick! I've added your Angle Bending Method to our Brakes and Presses category, as well as to your builder page: Rick Sparber's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    Great contribution as usual, Rick!

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    Thanks! I learn from the best :-)

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    Rick,
    Also, thank you for doing the math and statics for a better cause and effect explanation for what is happening to the strap.
    Paul

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    Thanks Rick, I second all the previous remarks

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    Same for me, this simpler is the most clever !
    Actually, drill bits can be used as gauges in lots of situations.
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    Yes, drills make wonderful gauges. I did buy a set of "spacers" which are also very useful. They are disks ground to an accuracy of +/- 0.0001" so can be trusted to the nearest thou. Well worth the money.

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    Enjoyed [email protected]@king at the article you did nice find Thanks.....:O)

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