Eastwood produces Pro Former hydraulic tube bender; Foodservice enthusiasts can easily bend steel tubes
The hydraulic pipe bender will allow you to modify the steel pipe or custom shaped components to meet the needs of the project. Eastwood is thrilled to be able to offer such a versatile product to anyone interested in Do-It-Yourself automotive restoration.
Pottstown, Pennsylvania (Vocus)
Aug 5, 2010
Eastwood Pro Former Tube Bender allows the auto enthusiast and enthusiast to easily bend steel pipes. The Eastwood Tube Bender is solidly built with a powerful six-ton ââhydraulic cylinder that easily produces safe and precise bends.
âThe automotive restoration enthusiast can now extend their custom manufacturing skills to include the forming of steel and chromoly tubing. This tool offers the possibility of creating steel structures and components in tubes which are too expensive to buy or which simply do not exist â, explained Marc Robidoux, Eastwood Product Manager and seasoned foodservice expert. âThe hydraulic pipe bender will allow you to modify the steel pipe or custom shaped components to meet the needs of the project. Eastwood is thrilled to be able to offer such a versatile product to anyone interested in Do-It-Yourself automotive restoration.
Eastwood continues its commitment to providing professional quality tools to hobbyists and enthusiasts at a price that is twice the cost of industrial products. The Eastwood Performer comes with a complete set of dies and trackers, making it easy for the hobbyist to work with multiple tube diameters on a single project. The exchange of dies takes less than ten minutes. The Eastwood Pro Former Tube Bender provides precise and consistent bends up to 90 degrees on small diameter tubing up to 1 “and up to 60 degrees on larger tubing in a variety of steel tubing and The tube bender is a complete kit – it comes with 0.75 “, 1”, 1.5 “, 1.625” and 1.75 “dies and followers.
Eastwood markets unique tools and supplies for the repair, restoration and modification of cars, trucks and motorcycles. Founded in 1978, Eastwood constantly strives to develop new products to serve home auto enthusiasts, as well as individuals and organizations focused on the restoration and preservation of automobiles and motorcycles. Writers are always welcome to use any article in Eastwood Free Technical Library, with attribution. Contact: Connie LaMotta at 845.267.8671 or conniela (at) mac (dot) com.
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