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Old 02-22-2010, 09:30 AM
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Anyone wonder why some aluminum wont bend?
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do you mean that it cracks first? never thought much about it. just assumed that different alloys have different properties. am i close?
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do you mean that it cracks first? never thought much about it. just assumed that different alloys have different properties. am i close?
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Some aluminum has a higher temper, this makes it brittle. Old aluminum will crack sometimes as well.
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Any other questions?
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any ideas on building benders im looking at copying this bender.

i have materials just gota come up with a ram and a 1 3/4 die. umm maybe half inch since i see they go a tighter clr.
Pro4 LE Hydraulic Tube Bender | Pro Bender

ive been doing alot of research and i think i like this style the best for diy project
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I am looking into this bender for DIY;

https://www.roguefab.com/index.php

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I am looking into this bender for DIY;

https://www.roguefab.com/index.php

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In our shop we use an Ercolina TB60, Pro-Tools MB105 and a Tube Shark. BUT a Baileigh RDB-250 w/ positioner is on our wish list!!!
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In our shop we use an Ercolina TB60, Pro-Tools MB105 and a Tube Shark. BUT a Baileigh RDB-250 w/ positioner is on our wish list!!!
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