Eastwood Fabrication Tools - Bead Roller Forming Dies
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Eastwood Bead Roller Metal Fabrication Forming Dies - EW20267
Increase the capabilities of your bead roller with more forming dies.
▶ Fits most bead rollers with 7/8 in or 22mm shafts
▶ Includes 9 steel dies and 1 polyurethane lower wheel
▶ Hem edges, create offsets and flanges, form style lines, contours and channels
▶ Dies are machined out of CR12 steel with a 35 HRC hardness
This kit includes an additional 10 dies to use with any bead roller with a 7/8 inch (22mm) shaft. With these additional dies on your bead roller you can create hemmed edges, offset flanges, contours, deep channels, and style lines. This kit also includes a polyurethane lower "skate board" wheel, which can be used with a variety of upper dies. The dies includes in this kit are inside and outside offset dies, 3/8 and 1/2 inch tipping dies, round and knife edge tipping dies, 180 degree lower die, lower edge forming die and a lower forming die. All are made of CR12 steel with a Rockwell hardness of 35 HRC.
Fits the Eastwood Bead Roller Kit - with Mandrels and most bead rollers with 7/8 in or 22mm shafts.
Custom pick-up truck bed created by Eastwood customer "Joey M" using the 20267 Eastwood Bead Roller Forming Dies
▶ (1) Polyurethane Lower Wheel (A)
▶ (1) 180 Degree Lower Die (B)
▶ (1) Inside Offset Die (C)
▶ (1) Outside Offset Die (D)
▶ (1) Knife Edge Tipping Die (E)
▶ (1) Lower Edge Forming Die (F)
▶ (1) 3/8 in Tipping Die (G)
▶ (1) 1/2 in Tipping Die (H)
▶ (1) Round Tipping Die (I)
▶ (1) Lower Forming Die (J)
Always wear appropriate eye and hand protection when working with metal. Keep fingers away from moving parts.
The following images illustrate only some of the many contour configurations that can be created in metal by combining the dies in this kit. The resilient composition of the "A" Polyurethane Die offers mar-free backup for any Eastwood Die and allows for the creation of virtually any metal shape imaginable.
TIP: Experiment with material that is close in thickness to the gauge of metal you wish to use. This will enable you to determine the metal contour that will result from your experimental combination.
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The information contained herein is based on data considered accurate and reliable to the best of our knowledge and belief as of the date compiled. However no warranty is expressed or implied regarding the accuracy of these data or the results to be obtained from the use hereof.
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