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Old 08-05-2009, 03:59 PM
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Ever seen a bender like this?

http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...DpuOtgONnIzpBA

Heres the video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVqX4...layer_embedded


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omg no! looks like a nightmare to use! i can get those same results with a 6 pack and some pliers! kind looks like my shooty brake lines lol
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looks like the next pair of OCC handlebars
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looks like the next pair of OCC handlebars

Ha Ha! Way funny
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... i can get those same results with a 6 pack and some pliers!
Now cleaning off the morning coffee I just spewed on my monitor....
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Old 08-06-2009, 09:06 AM
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Well !!! Now that make's two of us.....
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Old 08-06-2009, 09:10 AM
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What will they make next !!!!!! That is awesome !!!!!
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omg no! looks like a nightmare to use! i can get those same results with a 6 pack and some pliers! kind looks like my shooty brake lines lol

BAHAHAHAAA. I love it.
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LMFAO ,,,,,it is a mandrel bender isn't it ? OCC
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It's not a mandrel bender.
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what is it?
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It's bad to da bone! That's what it is.
I wnt one!!
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High volume oem suppliers have a rotating head bender in line with the automated tubing welding machinery. material starts as sheet on a 4 ft diameter roll and is formed into tubing and welded and bent all in one continous in line process. there is about a 5 story high loop between the last stage welding and forming dies and the bender since the flow thru the bender is a stop and go process and the tubing welder is constant speed.
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Way cool!! Any idea what it sells for?
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That is a really cool machine. i've seen a smaller one like this run and they have it turned down alot in the video. the one i saw was spitting the things out way faster. They have a machine shop show in Chicago once a year and they have a whole lot of way cool things like this. it's really something to see and way worth the trip. takes like 2 days just to go threw it all.

oh and on the price probably a whole lot less that what you would have paid for it about 2 years ago machines prices r really down right now. a new small haas Mill is going for about $24,000 where about 2 years ago you couldn't touch it for under $35,000. Of course i wouldn't buy a haas any way they r not that good too many plastic and aluminum pieces but if your in the market!

Now the beer and pliers that is something my husband could do LOL.
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