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Old 02-18-2005, 05:33 PM
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Using a bead roller...backwards...

I think this would be the correct forum for my question. I have a bead roller, but the piece I need to roll is longer than the throat. Does anyone have any
suggestions. Can I feed the piece from the outside versus the inside, if so, any tips.
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Old 02-18-2005, 11:30 PM
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This is trying to roll a bead on the edge of a really wide piece of metal..?? the only issue I see is how to support the metal while rolling the bead..Normally the metal is supported in the throat of the roller..so maybe some kind of table to support the metal and someone to help guide it through the roller..??..

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I mounted mine on a table for this reason. You can invert the die's for doing curved pieces.If your like me,help is generally scarce when you need it.
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