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Deuce

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"Max" benders from China--pics
« on: September 21, 2020, 04:35:53 PM »
For some decent tube bender tools, the ones below are workable.  You need to supply your own lever arm (Schedule 40 pipe--called "Medium" pipe in Australia-- from the hardware store), AND you will need a very strong fixed surface (metal table or concrete) or stand to mount the bender.  20mm bender good for small one person foldable sits (with 2024-T3) and can probably just need a stiff heavy table for mount.

Contact:  max@sdjiezhuo.com ask for Max

Prices:  On Sep 21, 2020, at 5:28 PM, Max Liu <max@sdjiezhuo.com> wrote:


Dear,we have stock 20,22,25,32
35(need to customize)
EXW price:
20mm is $70
22mm is $75
25mm is $80
32mm is $130
35mm is $180
You confirm which one u want,and i check the shipping fee to u.
Wait your message.
Max

I found these on Alibaba, there are many different kind of benders available. I chose this supplier for simple design and very good communication. "Max" bender design suitable for low-volume production work.  Check the radius using your tube thickness (charts posted on another thread).

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Re: "Max" benders from China--pics
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2020, 06:48:21 PM »
Can bend 20mm tube with a 25mm (radius 80)or even 32mm (radius 100)  bender tool?

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Re: "Max" benders from China--pics
« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2020, 12:14:24 AM »
No, you really need to correct size bender for each diameter tube.  25mm works in 1” bending die, so slight variation is ok, but I think you will get kinks if you try to bend 20mm tube in a 25mm bending die.