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Basic shearing on the foot-operated shear...
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Basic shearing on the foot-operated shear…
Been waiting😉 to get one for awhile MyBest.Tools Love it and easy to use. Braced pieces and ran thru on edges. Solid😄😄product. Still using my hand💯 planer.
Fascinating, (especially to the boy in blue, at 0:49 (if it's his son, well then we understand- "Dad is SO boring." LOL.But really this is a well narrated and informative video. Thank you, a lot!
I am an hvac installer so I use this daily MyBest.Tools I use it primarily for cutting the return opening in the side of a furnace, it would be better suited for thicker metal (18 ga) but it still works very well
Ukazovat učňům jak ustříhnout několik kusů tenkého plechu , hrůza . To spouštění stroje by mělo jít do muzea a celý stroj s ním.Vůbec tam není zadní doraz,zbytky plechu nosí učitel přes celou dílnu!Chtěl bych ho vidět jak stříhá 1000 kusů rozměru 1x100x1000 z formátu 1x1000x2000. Vzadu za strojem se musí nastříhané kusy samy rovnat a vůbec nepřipadá v úvahu aby tam někdo stál.
Dude you’re supposed to mark the ends of the sheet never in the middle of the panel.
The” straight edge” thing is called the fence
Wow, talk enough,!
3 sixteenths is 7 ga.
boy in blue shirt:…"whateveeeeeeer"….lol
seet metal, gears and other
Such a teacher sense of humour.
3/16 is more like 7 gauge
Ohh what a hard job, im sure you need an engineering degree for this.
1:22 what is this tools name? Where can I get this?
I work at a sheet metal place and I was roll forming some 2*4 and I cut my thumb to the bone completely cut the tendon and cut a nerve pretty bad wear gloves
How or from where I can get Gauge indicator?Thank you,
That's a baby shear try using an auto shear
no safety ppe for kids
the kid in blue is so bored..😴😴😴
Get those kids safety glasses!
Dear I need width 90cm thicknes about 1.5mm for Cutting Aluminum, Could you give me the FOB Price Regards
it class is great ! Great teacher, great classmater !
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