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Are additional fingers available separately?

Asked by: EddieT
We do not currently have any fingers available separately.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-04-07

Is the inside of a bend sharp? If not, what is the bend radius? Are parts avaqilable for different bend radius's?

Asked by: StephenJVB
This unit will make a sharp bend and does not have the ability to do different radius's.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-03-22
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Eastwood 12 Inch Box and Pan Sheet Metal Brake

Item #20664 Brand: Eastwood

Create your own pans and boxes
Only $199.99



The Eastwood 12 Inch Box and Pan Sheet Metal Brake is the perfect size for a small shop or home use.

  • Bends sheet metal up to 12"
  • Use on up to 20 gauge steel or 16 gauge aluminum
  • Makes bends up to 135 degrees
  • Removable fingers to create pans or boxes
  • Perfect size for small shop

The Eastwood 12 inch Box and Pan Brake is a precision engineered metal working tool designed to produce accurate, variable length bends in angles up to 135° in mild, 20 gauge sheet steel and 18 gauge aluminum in widths up 12”. Create complex shapes such as floor reinforcement channels and ribs, sections of corrugated pickup bed floors; truck bedside panels, inner fender structures and much more, all with one convenient bench-mounted tool.

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(1) Eastwood 12 Inch Box and Pan Sheet Metal Brake


Metal Width:Bends up to 12"
Metal Gauge: Up to 20 gauge steel or 16 gauge aluminum
Bend Angles: Up to 135 degrees
Removable Fingers: 5
(1) 1 x 1 inch
(2) 2 x 2 inch
(1) 1 x 3 inch
(1) 1 x 4 inch


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This tool is considerably heavy. Use extreme caution when mounting or dismounting when using a vice or other temporary fixturing arrangement. Personal injury could occur if tool is dropped. Pinch Hazard. Keep fingers away from moving parts when operating. Wear appropriate work gloves and protective clothing. Sheet metal will often have sharp edges which can cause cuts to hands and arms. Wear appropriate eye protection. Metal chips can be ejected during the bending process.


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