- 1 - 14 of 14 SEARCH RESULTS FOR
Metal Flanging Tool
- products (14)
- video (12)
Pneumatic Panel Crimper lets you patch sheet metal uniformly and quickly. Crimper forms a step around the area to be repaired, so that you can place the patch on flange of that step, flush with the original panel surface. You'll need your own pneumatic air chisel. * Full-grip handle for safety*…
…adjustable locking panel flangers (or flanging pliers) produce a step deep enough for flush repairs in 18-gauge or thinner metal.* Panel Flanger creates straight or curved flanges 5/8" x 5/8"* Extra-Wide Panel Flanger works into corners or on long, straight sections, producing a flange 5/8" x 2-1/2"
…priced for the DIYer! This 2 in 1 pneumatic tool easily punches holes and flanges edges in sheet metal for creating and installing patch panels, replacement panels, or custom sheet metal work. The double action head swivels to let you create flanges and holes from any angle with just a squeeze…
Adjustable Locking Flanger helps you repair flush panels easily.* Creates straight or curved flanges 5/8" x 5/8" wide* Strong cam-action jaws* Fits into hard-to-reach areas Eastwood's Adjustable Locking Panel Flanger produces a step deep enough for flush repairs in 18-gauge or thinner metal.
…Eastwood PERFECT PANEL PREP TOOL® is an exclusive, patent pending, design provides a perfectly beveled 45° weld-prepped edge in 20 or 18 Gauge sheet metal to achieve solid, full-penetration MIG or TIG butt welds.* Each strike forms a perfect 0.062” x 45° beveled flange* Works great in 22 to 18…
…steel powder coated construction Increase tire/fender clearance with this pro grade forming tool. Slotted holes will accommodate up to a 120.6 mm (4.75") 4 and 5 lug bolt circles. Bolts directly to hub flange, and is held in place with the included dished washers and vehicles lug nuts. Forming arm…
…Perfect Panel Prep Tool® is an exclusive patent pending design, which easily provides a perfectly beveled 45° weld-prepped edge in 20 or 18 Gauge sheet metal to achieve solid, full-penetration MIG or TIG butt welds.* Each strike forms a perfect 0.062” x 45° beveled flange* Works great on 20 to…
Combination Tool is a hand-operated Flanger and Hole Punch in oneThis manual tool's swiveling head doubles its function. Turned one way, the tool produces a neat flanged edge in sheet metal, just the right depth for welding two pieces together. Turn the head 180 degrees and the tool becomes a hole…
The Eastwood Fender Finisher is a precision engineered tool designed for years of reliable service.* Flatten front fender lip inner flanges for tire clearance without fender damage* Straighten bent metal edges* Crimp door skin edges when installing new door skins* Includes replacement pressure pad…
…flush panels by flanging into corners or longer sections.* Creates straight flanges 2-1/2" long x 5/8" wide* Strong cam-action jaws* Fits into hard-to-reach areas Eastwood's extra-wide Panel Flanger produces a step deep enough for flush repairs in 18-gauge or thinner metal. Flanges into corners or…
…flanges, form style lines, contours and channels* Dies are machined out of CR12 steel with a 35 HRC hardness This kit includes an additional 10 dies to use with any bead roller with a 7/8 inch (22mm) shaft. With these additional dies on your bead roller you can create hemmed edges, offset flanges,…
…cross blocks and cone provide the perfect jaw configuration for most jobs. Set also includes a grip wrench adapter and a dent puller attachment for sheet metal or other unique pulling requirements. Designed for use with other OTC 5/8"-18 thread slide hammer attachments. Molded storage case.
…work piece* 6 mandrels included* Mounts securely in your bench vise* Forms aluminum and steel up to 18 gauge The Eastwood Bead Roller is perfect for adding firmness and strength to your project's metal floor panels and firewalls. You can easily create beads and flanges for strength, style or both.
…skills* Flat repair surface requires little or no filler* Use your own caulking gun This kit has the tools and materials to install patch panels securely without welding. Panels are flanged, then bonded with structural adhesive, and finally flush riveted. The result is a flat repaired surface…