Performance Tool M7007 Body Hammer & Dolly Set, 7 Piece
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By Ron Fournier. Shows you how to do metal work like a pro. Covers all tools and techniques you need to form and join metal, whether it's tubing or sheet. Illustrates MIG, TIG, arc and gas welding. 176 pages.
No damage to polished or painted surfaces. Cuts aluminum, brass, and copper sheet up to 15-gauge, and mild steel up to 18-gauge.
Ideal for all mechanical work; assembly of engines, shafts, etc. Will not mar surface. Weighs 2 lbs.
This rubber hammer only weighs 32 ounces.
HP Books' Sheet Metal Handbook provides detailed information on how to form and shape sheet metal for competition, custom, or restoration use. Chapters include hammer forming tools, riveting techniques, terms and equipment, layout, and design and pattern-making. It is a great companion to the Metal Fabricator's Handbook.
Two of the best-known names in metalshaping have teamed up to teach you the in's and out's of the hammerforming process. Hammerforms are very easy to make, and they enable you to create parts that have the look and accuracy of die-stamped parts. They allow even beginning metalworkers to produce parts they can be proud of. Ten different hammerforming operations are demonstrated, from a simple tank top to a beautiful rolled edge detail on a complicated pontoon fender for a Bugatti. The two Ron's bring over 70 years of combined experience to the viewers, and you'll see how their different styles of working with metal compliment each other. This video has striking close-up shots that bring you close to the action, and clear descriptions of all aspects of the hammerforming process.
This heavy duty shear allows you to cut up to 3/16" seteel or 3/8" round bar by hand. It has 8" blades which allows easy cutting.
419-1500 Instructions (pdf)
Anytime you are working with sheet metal you will need one of these. It will allow you to produce curves as tight as 3" radius for patch panels, wheel openings or any fabrication job. For up to 18 gauge mild steel or 16 gauge aluminum.
419-2500 Instructions (PDF)
If you do any sheet metal work you know how handy a bead roller is. Simply clamp in your vise and choose 1/4", 3/8" or 1/2" bead dies or 1/16", 1/8" or 1/4" step dies. The 18" deep neck allows for extra working area and can handle up to 18 gauge material.
419-1000 Instructions (pdf)
Simplify your metal working jobs with this new tool. Simply run the tool down the edge of your material allowing the needle to locate perfectly measured lines every time. Stainless Steel construction. Measures .50", .75", 1", 1.5", and 2" depths.
Simplify your sheet metal working job. Simply run the tool down the edge of your material allowing the needle to locate perfectly measured lines every time. Stainless Steel construction. Measures .25", .375", .625", .875", and 1.125".
Sheet metal forming and fabrication is an essential automotive art. Creating door skins, fenders, hoods, and a myriad of other components from sheet metal is a crucial skill for restoring many muscle cars, building custom parts for hot rods, and fabricating parts for classic or competition cars. While many specialized and expensive tools are used to form sheet metal into functional and completed parts, simple metal working hammers, dollies, anvils, and shot bags can be used to create complex curves and crowns. This book shows the inclined enthusiast how to design and fabricate with inexpensive and simple tools as well as how to use more specialized tools, such as an English wheel. Automotive Sheet Metal Forming & Fabrication provides the know-how for people who are working, or want to work, along the nearly endless learning curve of this craft. It provides instruction for most of the common processes and operations in sheet metal fabrication work. The book also covers some of the more exotic tools, equipment, and techniques, but the emphasis is largely on the reliable basics. Matt Joseph, author of best-selling book Automotive Bodywork & Rust Repair, also discusses how to determine elastic limits as well as how to shrink and expand metal, heating and annealing, and many other metal working techniques.
- By Matt Joseph
- 144 pages
- Photos: 400 color
- Sold individually
These 24oz. ball pein hammers feature a molded handle with a non-slip rubber grip handle. They are lightweight, durable, and the perfect addition to your toolbox.
- Molded handle with non-slip rubber grip handle
- Ball pein
These 2lb. brass, non-sparking hammers feature a molded handle with a non-slip rubber grip handle. They are lightweight, durable, and the perfect addition to your toolbox.
- Molded handle with non-slip rubber grip handle
- Brass, non-sparking