If a foot shear can shear 18 ga. steel, is there any way to determine what
max. ga. al. it can shear of the same x/y dimensions?
In another post, I asked if anyone had ever heard of a Frederick foot shear
and got no answer. I ask again.
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According to
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is 1.5 x the thickness in (mild) steel. Gage conversion is in the same link. David
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David Malicky
Thanks David.
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As long as you only need to shear, and not to bend anything, you don't need a brake. You can't use a shear as a brake.
know> After reading that link David, I am getting that a shear can be used as a
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Mike Berger
"knowone" wrote in news:Glpof.4586$
Just saw an episode of "Mythbusters" in which they were trying to bust the myth that steel-toed boots can cut your toes off if crushed. Generally, they busted the myth except in one very important instance. They dropped a heavy load with the contact point being a piece of angle iron with the edge down. The edge of the angle iron slipped off of the steel toe and onto the unreinforced portion of the boot, resulting in a nice guillotine action, severing their test foot behind the steel toe!
Wear those steel-toed boots, but don't get careless, seems to be the message.
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