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tilly819

posted on 16/1/21 at 09:12 AM Reply With Quote
Shop made ring roller.

Hi all,

I had to do some rolling a few weeks ago to make a prototype for a customer. Just made do with what I had for the prototype but they now want a few more parts so thought I'd make myself a little ring roller.

Primarily designed for rolling 80 /100mm wide flat but I shoved a bit of 50x25x3 box through it to see what it would do and I recon that's about it's limit.

Wish I had this when I built my Haynes. Would have been great for doing the rolled piece on the side of the chassis by your shoulders.

Hope you enjoy the video.



cheers





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joneh

posted on 16/1/21 at 10:12 AM Reply With Quote
Top work and top skills there. Love it.
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Slater

posted on 16/1/21 at 01:17 PM Reply With Quote
Impressive skills! I really like the way you used to machine itself to make the very last component. I thought it's a bit like lifting yourself up by pulling your socks up.





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ianhurley20

posted on 16/1/21 at 03:02 PM Reply With Quote
Thanks for posting Tilly, I wish I had had your tool a few times, same as you with the curved bit by your shoulder on the Haynes Roadster





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myke pocock

posted on 18/1/21 at 03:10 PM Reply With Quote
Top work, so much fun when you get to use a machine you have made yourself.
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