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 Post subject: little help
PostPosted: Sun Aug 28, 2016 10:11 am 
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HI tin benders

guy's I am making a copper pot. need some help laying this out
i want to have it bent with as less seams as possble, the side s need to have 1/2'' flanges
bent inside so i can solder them

then i can marry the 2 sections and solder them together with the flange turned out

please, take a look at my pos drawing and tell me if this is doable


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 Post subject: Re: little help
PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2016 1:48 am 
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Why not just buy one?


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Sure it is...if you can find a source for sheet copper.

You're making a still, right?

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 Post subject: Re: little help
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Can't you just steal one from the kitchen?


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johnlewismcleod wrote:
Sure it is...if you can find a source for sheet copper.

You're making a still, right?


You can get it at any roofing supplier here, it's commonly used on higher end houses for flashings, about a decade ago I made a copper gas tank for Prison City Choppers and got my stock from Blaine Roof Supply.

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