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Re: [castinghobby] Re: Sheet steel

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  • Ron Thompson
    ... OK, I didn t find anything in the way of groups, so I started one. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/hobbysheetmetal/ -- Ron Thompson On the Beautiful Florida
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 13, 2012
      On 12/13/2012 11:35 AM, grumpygrady wrote:
      > if you start a group please let me know as i am interested in this also
      >
      > --- In castinghobby@yahoogroups.com
      > <mailto:castinghobby%40yahoogroups.com>, Ron Thompson <ron@...> wrote:
      > >
      > > Thanks everyone,
      > > I doubt I will work to the full width, much. I did shear a piece of
      > > galvanized ducting and it went like butter. The computer case is about
      > > as thick as it can handle without stressing it too much.
      > > Maybe when I lube it, it will do better.
      > > The only difference I see in the grizzly and mine is the bottom press
      > > brake V die. In the PDF manual, it looks like a solid, fixed die. Mine
      > > is removable, and in pieces, which is good for split setups.
      > > I imagine it will see the most use in making small boxes, like
      > > electrical enclosures. Although I would like to roll a larger cone
      > for a
      > > cyclone dust collector.
      > > The Quail dropping pans make me think of other uses, though.
      > > If there isn't a brake group, I may start one. Be nice to share
      > > experiences and projects.
      > > Hell, I may even roll a furnace housing or two.
      OK, I didn't find anything in the way of groups, so I started one.
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/hobbysheetmetal/

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