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Old 11-10-2017, 04:13 AM
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Default Stamping baby!

So I've been pretty busy lately.
For a while I've been working on ways to reproduce parts of a 1977 Torana Hatchback, so far I have come up with these stamping dies I made on my old Milling machine. Basically 90% is stamped then the edges are cleaned up with hammer and dolly.
So far I have done a few tests, full length trunk sill and 3/4 lengths.
This will end up being just one stamping process of about 3 or 4 stages. Eventually the idea is to stamp out an entire rear panel like in this hand made prototype.
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i'm sure it looks good on your computer but i'm having trouble seeing your vision

you need to fix the link bart
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Old 11-10-2017, 05:44 AM
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i'm sure it looks good on your computer but i'm having trouble seeing your vision

you need to fix the link bart
Man uploading images is a pain in the ass when photobucket not working.
I've been resizing the pictures damn!
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Just another pic with male and female dies in place
Done in my brake press 150 ton

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Old 11-10-2017, 05:56 AM
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Prototype

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definitely looking good bart!
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Great work, a good reproduction of a part that I think every remaining example of a Torana needs.
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Thanks guys. just the beginning
Need to move onto the main part of the rear panel.
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