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M600 Tubing Bender
• $925 as a kit with any 3.5 or 4.5 CLR (Center Line Radius) die set.
• 94 degree bends (with $65 HD kit) in ONE ram cycle (180+ degrees in 3 strokes).
• Tube bender bends vertical to save space and make it easier to use.
• Support for dies from 2.50″ CLR up to 6.00″ CLR.
• Includes the integrated base and degree wheel.
Our metal tube bender competes in price with machines that have nowhere near this bending capacity, versatility, and technical support. While this machine machine can bend super thick DOM tubing, it also bends thin 4130 chromoly for roll cages, and can still make accurate 3D bends with ease on either material. Furthermore, it can bend carbon steel, stainless, brass, copper, and aluminum (round/square tube and pipe). It can even bend thin walled Titanium for turbo manifold work and tubular Titanium frames. While other machine manufacturers want you to sell your machine and buy another to upgrade, we do not. Keep this machine as your needs change or as your business grows. Simply add more dies, convert to ultra-fast electric hydraulic power, add production features like backstops and rotation stops, anything you need. Furthermore, our web page can teach you everything you need to know about tubing and how to bend it accurately.
Our tubing notcher can notch nearly anything. Cut a notch on compound angles, adjust quickly without tools, indicate notch angles accurately, and notch in the middle of a bend! Like the photo above shows, no straight tubing is required. This is how the pros you follow on instagram are getting those perfect fits for TIG welding on their cage gussets. It’s time to take your fabrication to the next level with the help of our tools.
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We only design tools that fulfill a new need. You wouldn’t be shopping for fabrication tools if you liked your projects to turn out boring. Buy the tools that will set your shop apart and save you time:
- Gusset press brake, AKA “taco press”
- Shaped Dimple dies (Star, Swuare, Triangle, Oval)
- Drill Press reduction kits to allow you to slow down your drill press for drilling into stainless and mild steel.
- And much more!
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Latest Blog Posts
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If you approach any workshop that handles tubes or pipes in any manner, you will see that tube notching is a process used extensively. While tube notching goes hand in hand with tube bending, the process is not simple. Many people aren't aware of tube notching and how...
When it comes to tube bending, people who are new to the profession often have a lot of questions. For instance, they often ask things like 'what is tube bending?' or enquire about the different methods of tube bending available. The purpose of this beginner's guide...
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