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    +1 on making additional sets for purchase.

    Would be a nice tool to add to the collection

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    I'm curious how the Delrin is holding up. Do you happen to have any drawings for the jig that you would share? Thanks!!

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    Just pm’d interested as wel! Thks

    Quote Originally Posted by daveog View Post
    I'm curious how the Delrin is holding up. Do you happen to have any drawings for the jig that you would share? Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99HMC4 View Post
    Here’s my bending jig design. Made it today in a manual mill. Delrin and tool steel. Used different size arbor and bottom diameter as most I’ve seen. We’ll see how it works in the press...
    Do you have any for sell I am interested to rent or buy thank you

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    Just want to say nice job on the jig! It looks like it works very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holescreek View Post
    I like it a lot! Does your receiver flat lay down flat on it? I had to notch the sides and add a few grooves to clear the scope mount pads on my HK33 flats. The plastic works great and doesn't leave any rub marks. Just make sure to use a 20mm push bar.





    I guess I should've asked, have you bent one with it yet?
    would it be to much trouble to ask for your design?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasSBR View Post
    would it be to much trouble to ask for your design?
    This is the simplest jig to make, especially in a soft material. I don't remember if I drew this one up or not, I'll check when I get back into the shop computer. IIRC It's just a 15/16" ball end mill through the center and some side notches to clear the ejection port and scope tabs and uses two pins to guide the 20mm press bar straight down. Radius the sharp edges and you're home free. It works just like the heavy steel one I showed on Youtube 10 years ago.

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    I found a jpeg taken from an ACAD drawing, maybe it will help. I've made a couple different jigs, this one used sizes for tooling and the push bar that are more easily acquired here in the US. Sourcing a 20mm bar for the pusher isn't easy for some folks.

    My bending jig-2v2hvom3mxajwmd.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Holescreek View Post
    I found a jpeg taken from an ACAD drawing, maybe it will help. I've made a couple different jigs, this one used sizes for tooling and the push bar that are more easily acquired here in the US. Sourcing a 20mm bar for the pusher isn't easy for some folks.

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    This is where I got my 20mm hardened bar. You definitely want it to be hardened in my opinion. Then you can just use the press and press right against the bar. Can be re-used too.
    https://www.amazon.com/Linear-Motion...0545112&sr=8-1

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    I wouldn't want a hardened bar for several reasons. The most important one is not being able to drill holes for guide pins or thread it for attachment to a backer bar.

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