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How full do you want these things?  I have mine about 1/2 full but worry it is not full enough as it tends to form a bowl rather quickly.  Is a bowl shape desired or should it stay relatively flat?

Asked by: TonyP
The best way is whatever works best for what you're trying to accomplish for your particular project. This seems vague, but every project will be different. If you need to form tighter bowl or corner shapes, you might use less material in the bag. For more gradual shapes, more material might work better. It should be enough that you don't bottom it out on your work surface when using it.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2014-12-29
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Panelbeater Sandbag

Item #28030

Provides support and flexibility for panel beating, metal shaping


Panel Beater Sandbag gives support and flexibility for precision panel beating and metal shaping Just add dry sand to the panel beater bag, and it'll support your sheet metal workpiece while "giving" under your mallet blows, to allow your metal workpiece to be formed into shape.
  • Hand-form metal without nicks or gouges, and with minimal stretching
  • All-leather, 18"x18" panel beater bag
  • Hook-and-loop opening for easy filling
  • 1-year hassle-free warranty

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About Panelbeater Sandbag

Using a sandbag with your mallet is the ideal way to beat and shape metal panels without nicks or gouges, and with minimal stretching. Suede top cowhide, all-leather construction with double-stitched, glued seams. Hook-and-loop closure makes it easy to fill through your funnel with dry sand or steel shot. 18"x18".


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