Perfect for beginning metal fabrication workers on a budget. Just mount JEGS Bead Roller in your vise, attach the crank handle and you're all set to raise ridges and flanges in floor panels, firewalls, doors, and more. The 17"-deep throat lets you work with pieces up to 34" wide.
- 10 in. Hand Crank for easy forming
- The bead roller tool is perfect for adding firmness and strength to your project's floor panels and firewalls
- Easily creates beads and flanges for strength and style or both
- The bead roller tool mounts securely in your workbench vise to handle up to a 34 in. wide workpiece
- Forms aluminum and steel up to 18 gauge
Can this be used to cut out 14 gauge - 3 inch or 4 inch circles?
Three Questions: 1) What is the diameter of the shafts? 2) Are individual dies available separately? 3) Is a louver die available?
Will the Mittler Brothers 200-302 - Manual to Power Bead Roller Conversion Kit Easily Upgrade the Manual Bead Roller to a Power Bead Roller fit the JEGS 81235 Bead Roller?
How big are the dies in diameter? I'm wanting to roll beads in 2.5in piping but I'd also like to have this for floorboard and firewall work. I guess the question is could i use this with 2.5in aluminum pipe?
Do they make more dies besides what comes with it or is there a brand that will inner change?
Will I get it b4 Christmas if I order now?...lmk?
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