Now that's a good idea
If you can make it for less, you make it.
If you cant cant, you buy it.
And £45 is bloody cheap. Much like the fuel tanks on ebay for £90 way...
Only any good on new builds. Ball ache anywhere else
Ive managed it on a my dads clappy super 7
Ive equally cut plenty on my lathe.
To be fair my personal lathe is/was well set up
Yes you would...
Whats the next stage to it? And how will it work?
They are great tools to own.
Any luck ill be putting my workshop back together over next six months now ive finally sorted a workshop cant wait...
Fair enough, another and more accurate option is to clamp it lower so you can clock of the vice jaws.
Alternatively leave a piece hanging out of...
very good solution pretty simple to achieve
Only way is to use a tapered guage so you can hopefully measure parallel of that.
But that accounts for the two bends. And equally can happed so close to one another it looks like one location!
Your machine isnt hot enough but honestly if its a good fit im pretty confident it will hold.
Rotate 90 bend again. 2 bends kinda s shaped.
That would compound bend very possible
The weight of old copper is hugely different
Ive done it with success wasnt the nicest. But its worked. Wondered if there was a method
I remember that build was a good one to follow
Never even crossed my mind bet it bends with half the pressure aswell?
Have you tried pure copper stripped from twin and earth cable?
Modern pipe is so thin and the dies are soo poor its damn easy to ripple pipe. Sign of times
Its does, but so does a grinder.
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