All units are in "American/inches" :)
3/16' thick flat steel that was 3/4 " in width acquired from Industrial Metal Supply on 48th St in Phoenix. Cost was around $5.50 for 10 feet.
Diablo metal grinding disc for Dewalt angle grinder. I acquired this disc at Home Depot and the cost was around $8.00.
UB-5 Metal Bender
UB-5 Scroll attachments
Step 1: Preparing Metal
Step 2: Cutting Metal
Step 3. You will want to insert the flat steel into the Ironworker and securely fasten the flat steel to the table for sheering sheet metal or flat steel.
Step 4. Engage the Ironworker to cut the flat steel.
Step 3: Setting Up UB - 5
flange bush pin, flange bushing, crank handle bushing, and large scroll die. Don't worry I took pictures of all the accessories and how you mount them.
Step 6. Once you have the device setup place your flat steel into the small scroll die. Make sure you hold the flat steel level or you will end up creating a scroll that sticks out. (See picture of what happens when you don't hold the flat steel level)
Step 4: Bending the Flat Steel
Step 7. While holding the flat steel level with your free hand turn the crank handle counter clockwise. Again make sure to hold the flat steel snug and level. Until you reach where the A is marked. If you still have material say an inch or more to bend go ahead and move the flange bushing pin and flange bush one pin away. If you don't have any more material and it looks like your material is going to come off the flange bushing STOP! If you run your material off the flange bushing you will mess up your scroll.
Step 8. After you have moved the flange bushing pin and flange bush one pin away from the small scroll die attach the large scroll die. Now proceed to turn the crank counter clockwise some more paying attention to the lettering on the large scroll die. Depending on the length determines how far in the letter you can go. Once again you don't want to keep cranking until there is no more material touching the flange bushing or you will mess up your scroll.
Step 9. You are done. Congratulations on making your first scroll!
I attached a ton of photos so hopefully this helps if you get stuck.