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    That little drip rail press is interesting...didn't know about that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milacron View Post
    That little drip rail press is interesting...didn't know about that one.
    you mean the shrinker/stretcher ? Or did I miss something else?

    Charles

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    Quote Originally Posted by CBlair View Post
    you mean the shrinker/stretcher ? Or did I miss something else?
    That little blue thing at 19:50 Cool video....a lot more "how to do it" info than a typical reality show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milacron View Post
    That little blue thing at 19:50 Cool video....a lot more "how to do it" info than a typical reality show.
    Yes that is a shrinker/stretcher and it is quite common and has been around a long time. Of course if you dont do any sheet metal work you wouldnt know about it. He is using it to shrink on side of the angle and that will cause it to curve on the flat. If you tried to do that with a roller or bender the angle would bend in two directions or twist. By changing the die set in the tool you can stretch metal and it will curve the other way.

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