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    Hand Held English Wheel Planisher

    Hi all, visiting from http://http://www.mig-welding.co.uk/forum/index.php where I normally lurk, I can see me spending hours browsing this site, its cracking!
    Thought you might be interested in the hand held English wheel I made to planish the welds on the aluminium body I am making for my Austin 7 special.
    Hand Held English Wheel Planisher-user17171_pic8473_1370116120.jpg

    The full thread is below:
    Hand Held English Wheel Planisher - MIG Welding Forum

    I will post details of my other home made tools as well.

    Cheers

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    Hi Wendelspanswick,

    Welcome - glad you're enjoying the site!

    We're looking forward to seeing more of your homemade tools. When you're ready to share them, please continue to post them here, in the Homemade Tools subforum. We'll add each one to the database, as well as to your builder page on the site.

    Non-tool items should be shared in the Not a Tool, but Homemade subforum.

    Ken

    I've added your English Wheel Planisher to our English Wheels category, as well as to your builder page: Wendelspanswick's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    Ron B's Tools
    Thats a great tool. I have seen similar,that were made in the USA in the 1940's for rolling out dings in big fenders.


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