Your first option, Captain Hook, was much more convincing than for copper clip with a window more for titanium and other advanced materials. Copper is soft enough to turn the plot with holes perpendicular to and be fine.
Author let me make it idea for me? I want to spend 15 minutes to work. Silver spoon, cut, drill holes, and bend clip.
Syph: yes all waterjet cut. Did you know Kickstarter is now open to Canadian creators? If you want info on the waterjet guys I used just let me know via PM. I'm pretty sure you would do really well with a ti sak mod project. KS is a great platform and you would reach all kinds of new clients.
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Those are ridiculously gorgeous pieces. I wish I found this earlier, I'd have backed it in a second.
Here is a close up of a my bending jig.
I can NOT wait to get my Ti version and that little tri-piece thingy too!I have a huge key for my new Skinth-Mobile and it needs a carry solution. Quote from: Gamble on October 12, 2013, 02:59:11 AMHere is a close up of a my bending jig.That bending jig is what I've been thinking of making for years now and I couldn't figure out how to roll it without scratching. I suppose the contacting rotates? I was thinking of making one with the bar lined with HDPE or polypro to make it scratch free. I left the piece of rubber out of the pic because it made the whole assembly less photogenic, but I sandwich one between the surface of the GP and the rod that does the bending, otherwise they would all be badly scratched. The stationary rod for the inner part of the bend is not a concern because it doesn't move across the surface of the metal. The other option would be to use a nylon sleeve/washer with a smaller diameter steel rod...but ultimately the closed cell rubber (1/8") is the least marring.This jig is pretty hack and ugly but i was happy to find a less strenuous way to do all these consistently. I even bought 2 "universal benders" when I started to get nervous my own jig wouldn't hold up to the volume.Neither worked in the end because they were not adjustable enough. I would stay away from all commercial benders in the 100-300$ range for this kind of small work.The best part is I used Gearpulls to make the jig. see the arms of the bender? those are butchered GP's
Here is a close up of a my bending jig.That bending jig is what I've been thinking of making for years now and I couldn't figure out how to roll it without scratching. I suppose the contacting rotates? I was thinking of making one with the bar lined with HDPE or polypro to make it scratch free.