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#1
Hello everyone,
I am new to the forum, and just ordered my first gallon of SPI epoxy primer to try out after hearing so much good stuff about it. I have a restoration shop, and concentrate heavily on metalshaping. After years of people asking to see how I go about fabricating things, I finally gave in and started a you tube channel. Metalshaping, restoration tips, rebuilding everything from axles to steering boxes, etc....
Here is a link to one of my first vidoes where I am using the power hammer to shape a tricky part.
you might have to cut and paste to get it to work. Anybody stumped with metalworking problems is welcome to contact me.

Brian
 
#2
I would have to build a bigger shop and buy all those expensive tools.
Great video, thanks for helping people like myself see all of what goes into properly fabricating metal panels.
 
#4
I am located in Connecticut. I built the hammer I am using in the video over 20 years ago. Took patterns off of an original Yoder hammer. It is made of steel as a weldment, instead of like a casting as original. Updated the slide system and put on a VFD for speed control instead of a clutch. Weighs just about 12,000 pounds and is super smooth to use as you can see in some of my videos.
 
#6
If you click on the video above it will take you to youtube. When you get to youtube you can subscribe to my channel or look thru the other videos I have. I try to get a couple out every week. I am showing the progress on a 1951 Willys CJ3A that I am restoring right now, among other projects.
 
#7
I am located in Connecticut. I built the hammer I am using in the video over 20 years ago. Took patterns off of an original Yoder hammer. It is made of steel as a weldment, instead of like a casting as original. Updated the slide system and put on a VFD for speed control instead of a clutch. Weighs just about 12,000 pounds and is super smooth to use as you can see in some of my videos.
I've made a few trips that way to visit Wray..