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Welding Class Capstone Project
Beginning to MIG Weld
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it was not so difficult, I've resolved with manual circular saw, you can set up the angle.
This sanding method definitely worth a try. If do you make something with using this sanding, please share your experience with it!
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The wheels are from scrapyard, EMT also working, holding frame is plywood and also from scrapyard are the wheel holding metal pieces, Bend Allowance BA=90*(3.14/180)*(60+(16/2/20)*20)=106.76mm90degrees of max bend, pii, 180, 60mmradiusofthewheel, 16/2mminnerradiusofaluminumtube, 20mmouterdiameteroftube.Formula must be corected if tube has 22 or 16mm outer diameter what actually are the possible tube sizes.
Yes, now I have the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFhxoYIEGno
That's a good question, because many time the bending are too less or too much. If it's too much and need to bend back I use the same wheels, I fixed the tube between them and I pulled with my hands the tube. It's not the best way, but it's work. For a quality work must find a better solution in the future.
Thanks for your ideea, it's really good! I will try it on the next project.
Yes, that's the method! thanks for remind me
Since I finished the bender, I didn't had time to try it with aluminium tubes, just with an plastic pipe, which is really soft. I hope next week I will try to bend some alu tubes, and I will see how it work
Hi. I have found them on a scrap metal depot, I think they was parts os an old mining device.
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