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Topic Review (Newest First)
06-13-2011 09:40 PM
tommays 1000 gallon pharmaceutical paste mixer that had a bad day





80"wide X 65" high
06-13-2011 07:56 PM
dillybar
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I bend metal everday and can see why your having trouble as thats a really complex part to make without and orginal drawing AND procedure as its really hard to press brake curved parts
Paint mixer??
06-13-2011 04:37 PM
hellosailor Stormbay, you might call some of the yards, or Sailorman in Fort Lauderdale, and ask them if they know any really sharp local shops. That's one nasty chainplate design.
06-13-2011 03:34 PM
Captainmeme Have you contacted the original boat builder? Maybe they are still in business and have some in stock.
06-13-2011 03:01 PM
tommays



I bend metal everday and can see why your having trouble as thats a really complex part to make without and orginal drawing AND procedure as its really hard to press brake curved parts
06-13-2011 02:54 PM
StormBay
Good Machine Shop in Florida

Hi,

I'm looking to get my chainplates remade and I was wondering if anyone knew a good machine shop in Florida. We are in St. Augustine but are willing to drive anywhere in Florida so long as the shop can do what we need. Seems we need a place that can do rolling and braking with a press brake as there are quite a few bends in the plates. They are a little complicated (see photo), but I don't think they are impossible to make. We've already had trouble with one shop here, and have had to get a refund because we were so dissatisfied with their work oh well....

 
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