Metal Corner Brackets Professional7 months ago - For Sale - London - 150 views
The Smith the mighty man is he with large and sinewy hands and the muscles of his brawny arms are strong as iron bands I've got a bit of a honey-do project today we would like two or three planar stands for the house I said any for you babe and took some dimensions let's get to it now although planter stands are a real hot-button topic these days I thought we can talk about benders and bending Metal Corner Brackets I happen to have two this one is a shop made clone of the hospital number two and a small one you see in the background there is an import Universal vendor we'll take a look them both but I'll basically be using this clone here to make the planter stands before I sort of demonstrate how it works it's pretty straightforward I'll just take it apart and show you what the basic pieces look like now there are a few variants of this machine at least that I've come across there's what I think is the original haasvelt version that this is a copy of again this is pretty close I think to there number two I didn't copy it no literally but I tried to keep some of the whole sizing and spacing the same. Large metal corner brackets, Metal corner brackets for wood, Heavy-duty metal corner brackets, Long metal corner brackets, Metal corner brackets Screwfix, Decorative metal corner brackets, Corner brace brackets, L brackets.
Outdoor screws Screwfix, Railway sleeper brackets, Screwfix railway sleeper brackets, Railway sleeper brackets b&q. So if I ever came across any of their accessories I could use those in this bender but unfortunately, I've never come across any of their accessories there are a host of very similar variants typically a little bit smaller than this all the way down to like Vice Mount copies but I think you can get these kinds of things from grizzly probably more or less all the same manufacturer and if you stay within their capacity they probably work fine though if you're anything like Outdoor Screws capacity is more of a mild suggestion and it won't take very long to start bending pins or distorting the frame.
So I suppose the heart of the bender are really these two large pieces that you see here there's a fixed side frame sort of this large tuning fork shape the fixed frame and the swinging frame both have these two long arms with a series of holes in them this one happens take three quarter-inch pins there's a just a small piece of flat stock under here that keeps the pin from falling through the swing frame fits inside and you can basically pin it anywhere you like depending on what you're setting the bender up to do so for example you could pin it in the bag and kind of have the scissor action up at the front if that were useful for what you needed to do but usually it's pinned up at the front and I get almost you know maybe at 300 degrees of Swing depending on the tooling that's set up in here so for the sake of illustration I'm going to just do a couple of bends in some solid square stock and some small pipe this is 1/2 inch or about 12 millimeter and this is 5/8 somewhere around 18 millimeter.