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I see know. It will rotate to you. Multiple tooled up stations. Some decent production from that.Yeah, depends on the type of shear for distortion I think. Some, like an angle iron notcher, have special blades available to reduce it. The Beverly shear always curls at least half of your cut, the half under the moving blade, but if you can clamp the other half securely it seems to reduce it. I mostly use it on 1/8" which is the B2's max capacity, so that doesn't help much either.
The table I'm thinking just like a 12" cube with four model 20 punches mounted on four of the six faces. Then make the cube pivot about it's center with a spring loaded pin or something to index every 90*. Then I could have a punch with 1/4", 5/16", 3/8", and 1/2" all loaded and ready to go. Four stations in the same space as one
Nice toy! What is the cam writer? Wecim, sigma?? Must be fairly new machine by the looks. Big watts? I’m assuming those dies on the left. Huge!
We use AP100US from the machine manufacturer, AMADA. The program use to be called FabriWin, by Metalsoft. AMADA couldn't write better software at the time, so they bought the company.Nice toy! What is the cam writer? Wecim, sigma?? Must be fairly new machine by the looks. Big watts? I’m assuming those dies on the left. Huge!
Here in the IE, we are all busy. My shop has been in overdrive for a year.We're a job shop, making other people's shit. Most of it is 16 & 14GA CRS. But there are a lot of parts we make from just about every gauge of CRS, HRS, stainless, and aluminum. We can even cut lexan and polycarbonate sheets on the laser. The laser has over 900 cutting profiles.
Unfortunately, at least for me, we're so busy it's hard for me to sneak in a g-job.
Never used a drill attached one but air and corded versions all the time, I have a Bosch for light gauge sheet metal and a Milwaukee that will cut 10 gauge . As nibblers go, Fein brand tools are the best.Anybody ever use a drill attached nibbler? Just curios how they work. Youtube makes them look great.
We use air die grinders every day at work. Keep one with a Roloc arbor, one with a carbide burr and one with a cutoff disc. I have looked at the Miwaukee and my only reservation is its bulk.
Just practice will fix that.I've never shopped for band saws but I found what appears to be a Canadian company called King. They make what looks to my untrained eye like some nice big expensive stuff, like horizontals.
They also sell this.
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I might have gone for it already except that it looks suspiciously like Harbor Freights Bauer model, but is twice the price. I don't know what differences might exist internally, but I did find a YT video that confirms the Bauers lack of accommodation for attachment to the stand.
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My metal cutting options currently consist of a Sawzall, a jigsaw, and a 4.5 angle grinder. They're ok but getting a good straight cut is time consuming.
Sure, the cuts are straight - but what I took away from the first picture is the magnetic plumb-bob attachment. That's a great idea that I will definitely use.
Just used one to grind the heads off the transmission mount bolts on my nth degree skid plate.