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  • #16
    Not technically a too; but I did build it to hold all my tools



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    • #17
      Built my tubing bender a few years ago. Bought the dies from Pro Tools, air over ram from HF, bender arms I cut and drilled from some 1" stock I picked up at a scrap yard.

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      • #18
        Plasma Table

        Last winters project was a 4 x 8 CNC water plasma table.

        http://www.killbillet.com/showthread...-Diesel-Dually

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        • #19
          Dang, that plasma table is insane!
          Current Builds:

          http://www.killbillet.com/showthread...-s-66-mustang/

          http://www.killbillet.com/showthread...68-GMC-Pickup/

          Dan the Man
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          • #20
            Hello NO LIMITS!!Can you give me some info on building the slip roller, I think I have an idea being that I've used them for years in aviation, but I've never had to build one and I d#$%n sure can't afford to buy one!!! But we could sure use it in our little 2 car garage shop!!!
            Last edited by hotrodchevy; 01-11-2015, 06:18 AM. Reason: info

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            • #21
              throatless shear made from tin snips

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              cheap simple throatless shear made from a pair of tin snips and some scrap metal I had laying around the shop.

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              • #22
                Maybe will be intersting (or just for fun) my own easy and cheap louver press tool from Russia.
                This press can make a beautiful louvers in 0.4-1.00mm metal.
                I attach an my old car lift jack as a power source.
                This construction is really very cheap and easy.
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                And video, where you can see how it works.
                Last edited by VasiaPupkinMoscow; 11-09-2016, 01:41 PM.

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                • #23
                  Good Thinking!

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