Tis a bit embarrassing, but Im getting mighty frustrated.
I picked up one of the better brands of post mounted compact benders for flat steel a month or so ago, and mounted it on a mass of steel so its semi movable, but will not twist in usage. Works great with the various rollers.
The embarrassing part....for the life of me, I cannot figure out how to use it properly to make right angle bends.
I got no instructions with it, so did a lot of web searching..no luck. I remembered Harbor Freight keeps their manuals on line, and downloaded their manual for their version of compact bender. And its rather nice....except for the section on making right angle bends.
Anyone got a link to even a clear picture of the set up, using the right angle bend attachment (wedge shaped block) to make a simple, easy, no brainer right angle bend?
This is really pissing me off, as I consider my self moderately handy at such things.
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