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  • Can this machine put Peter into retirement or save his old bones ?

    I know Peters old bones are hurting , well if we all chip in a new dollars we can buy him a new apprentice , takes a little time to train but after that will work long hours for little pay ,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iIH8P0OlO0

    This one requires a bottom die
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xOANlj_O88

    Thanks again Peter for your help , when we can travel again come over and visit ! PLEASE

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    Originally posted by abarthdave View Post
    I know Peters old bones are hurting , well if we all chip in a new dollars we can buy him a new apprentice , takes a little time to train but after that will work long hours for little pay ,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iIH8P0OlO0

    This one requires a bottom die
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xOANlj_O88

    Thanks again Peter for your help , when we can travel again come over and visit ! PLEASE
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    Yes it would help BUT i would also need a little help from my BANK, for about $ 10.000000 that is not much to ask ...is it ?

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    • #3
      You have an Honest Face , no problem

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      • #4
        Regardless of the high tech machine featured in the video, what about the panel clamping fixture they use? If that would grip secure enough to hold a sheet for hammerforming, something like that could be a great way to get around the circus of odd clamps and such normally used.

        Looks like it adjusts in one direction. Whatever size you made it, you could probably add an odd line of clamps along one side to "shorten" the non-adjustable axis. It would mean more wasted sheet to trim away, but might be worth the expense.

        would clamping the static perimeter of the panel like that before hammerforming keep the panel from moving or is that automated press forming probably less aggressive? Any opinions?

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