- Eastwood 24 in Slip Roll
Do you think I can use this for sheeting dough or fondant for cakes?
Are the rolls forged steel, case hardened steel, or cast iron. Same question for the gears.
Will it roll .125 thick 2024-T3 aluminum?
Can this be used to semi-flatten sheet metal coming off a coil (26G)? We would use this to flatten material coming off a wall mounted coil stand. Thanks!
Do you have machine that can roll sheet in to a CONE (aluminium or stainless steel)? Cone length or height = 18 inch or less Cone diameter MAX 12 inches (Major) Cone diameter MIN (0.5 half inch) (minor)
I am looking for a slip roller to make glass bead basking baskets. I need a slip roller to bend 16 gauge perforated sheets. I know this unit is rated for 18 gauge steel, but was wondering the the steel was perforated if this unit would be strong enough.
Will this machine work for corrugated metal?
Just wondering if this machine will bend number plates,I’m trying to find a machine to bend sides and ends of the aluminum 16 ga number plate .
Eastwood 24 in Slip Roll
Eastwood 24 in Slip Roll
Item #20254 Brand: Eastwood
The Eastwood 24" Slip Roll is a professional metal fabricators tool which is indispensable for producing accurate bends, cylinders and conical shapes for virtually all metal working projects.
In addition, the Upper and Rear Rollers feature grooves in 3 popular sizes for forming curves in Wire and Tubing. The gear-driven, design delivers maximum forming power with minimal handle force.
The Eastwood 24 inch slip roll is designed for use on sheet metal and wire up to 24 inches in width of 18 gauge Steel or 16 gauge Aluminum in thickness. This unit will create gentle arcs, cones or cylinders, helping you create patch panels for rockers, roll pans, door skins and lower fender areas. Maximum roll width is 24 inches and minimum cylinder or roll diameter is 1.5 inch. This unit will also roll wire in 1/8 inch, 3/16 inch, 1/4 inch and 5/16 inch diameters.
(1) 24" Slip Roll
(1) Crank Handle
(2) Thickness Adjustment Pins
- Roller Length 24”
- Roller Diameter 1.5"
- Minimum Forming Radius (22 Gauge Steel) 1.5”
- Maximum Material Working Thickness (Steel) 18 Gauge
- Maximum Material Working Thickness (Aluminum) 16 Gauge
- Wire Forming Sizes 3/16”, 1/4”, 5/16”
Always wear eye, face and hand protection when handling sheet metal.
1 Year Warranty
Eastwood Offers Free Lifetime Technical Support
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