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Old 07-06-2015, 06:06 AM
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Hi!
I have got plenty of questions about how to make this kind of profiles when I posted it at FB and Instagram.
I shoot a simple video of the steps and hope it will be interesting here aswell, not much of shaping but anyway...
At the photo the moldings are welded togheter and laid on top of each other for reference when the build of the cap is in progress.
Material is CR 0.8 mm ordinary quality.

....and ofcourse trouble with the Ipad- forum combo....when its time for photos...give me a hammer please!
http://youtu.be/1UaWdyLmh5w

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Old 07-06-2015, 06:43 AM
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Per, beautiful work, thanks for the tip on using the angle gauge on the brake. Do you have a close up picture of your wire edge anvil?
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Brilliant as usual
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Old 07-06-2015, 07:31 AM
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You make everything look so easy,and like always more please..
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Wow, I'd have scratched my head over how to make that for hours. How hard was it to pull the wire out?
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Very inspirational, my friend. We are all happy that you take the time to share your talents to the world, and this site in particular. Thank you!

Is the scribe tool something that you made? It is VERY nice.
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Do I see the picture upside down because I am down under
in Australia
Thanks for posting Per and please keep on posting I always
learn from your posts.
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Very inspirational, my friend. We are all happy that you take the time to share your talents to the world, and this site in particular. Thank you!

Is the scribe tool something that you made? It is VERY nice.

Check here: https://www.stortz.com/product/sheet-metal-scriber/ and Dagger Tools: http://www.daggertools.com/m5/DL03--...g-scriber.html
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Per, beautiful work, thanks for the tip on using the angle gauge on the brake. Do you have a close up picture of your wire edge anvil?
Thanks Robert!
Actully it is just a chisel shaped upper and a plastic piece at the lower with a grove that match the diam of the wire wrapped.
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Brilliant as usual
Or should we say: goood shiiit!
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