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Old 01-04-2018, 07:48 AM
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MetalShaper of the Month March 2018
 
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Location: Hector, MN
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Originally Posted by steve.murphy
Nice work this is an epic thread. The untouched sheetmetal amount must be very small!
Thank you very much! I'm glad I'm able to share this project with others. There was very little original metal used.....just used it as a rough "guideline" and base to start either repairing or modifying from.


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Originally Posted by Gojeep View Post
Excellent work. What are you using to shape most of your panels with?
Again thank you! Nothing too fancy here.

Homemade english wheel
Shrinker & Stretcher
Deep throat Shrinker / Stretcher
Bead roller
Metal brake
Sandbag
Hammer and dollies
Time!!

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Originally Posted by Kerry Pinkerton
Very impressive work Dane. You sir are no hack!
Thank you very much! That really means a lot. I'm 100% self taught through trial and error, research, taking ideas and techniques from what others do online, etc. I'm fairly "youngish" currently at 36 (this project was from about 2 years ago however) but have gained a large interest in shaping and forming metal over the years. When I shape projects I try to plan out according to my skill set and see how far I can get.
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