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Not a wood working tool but handy in the shop. I know this is easy but some have to be.

Good detailed answers please. The first one thats correct will be the winner and it is worth 100 points. Such a deal!

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Metal rod bender for bending complex shapes out of small diameter metal rod. Will also work with tubing.


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Gosh Ed, I have one of these too. I have used this one, no box, hangs on peg board in basement.




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Metal rod bender for bending complex shapes out of small diameter metal rod. Will also work with tubing.
Make perfectly straight wire in to a shape of your liking what could be more fun than that? The hole are used to mount to a board or bench if the wire is a tad hard to bend, the slots are good for angled bends and you add the pins to make S's etc. This is one of my older tools and it has held up well, I might have gotten more pins and lost them, I just remember.

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Oh yea the point are on the way.

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[QUOTE=reible]Make perfectly straight wire in to a shape of your liking what could be more fun than that? The hole are used to mount to a board or bench if the wire is a tad hard to bend, the slots are good for angled bends and you add the pins to make S's etc. This is one of my older tools and it has held up well, I might have gotten more pins and lost them, I just remember.

Ed I must have lost some pins too, cause all I have is three. I believe thats all we got.




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Make perfectly straight wire in to a shape of your liking what could be more fun than that? The hole are used to mount to a board or bench if the wire is a tad hard to bend, the slots are good for angled bends and you add the pins to make S's etc. This is one of my older tools and it has held up well, I might have gotten more pins and lost them, I just remember.

Ed I must have lost some pins too, cause all I have is three. I believe thats all we got.
You have lifted a heavy load off my mind! For years now I thought I had lost a pin! At last a good nights sleep awaits me.

Thank you!

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