67792Re: Bending AS29 bottom plate
- May 12, 2012The number of tons of pressure needed to bend 1/2" steel plate is something huge, even if heated. Look it up. And look up at what temperature steel looses strength and will be able to be deformed relatively easily. You could weld up a contraption and use hydralic pressure to deform the steel, after you heated it, but protected the contraption from the heat. But once you figure all this out you will realize why it costs so much to have the steel bent for you.
Cut it into strips and bolt it on.
--- In email@example.com, "Mark Hamill" <mhamill1@...> wrote:
> There is also Wasser Tar and Epoxy Tar made by most paint companies (for example ClovaTar made by Cloverdale Paint in Canada) and just plain old hot tar with a burlap backing (if you even need the backing??) or Zinc Primer and epoxy paint
> Bottle or House jacks may work to bend between logs pushing against ??
> Wasser Tar http://www.wassercoatings.com/specialty.html
> ClovaTar 22-http://www.cloverdalepaint.com/contractor_professional/product.asp?code=83022
> Or International/Devoe Devtar 5A http://www.international-pc.com/PDS/4507+P+eng-usa+LTR.pdf
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