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    if it were mine i'd use thin ally (1.5/1.6) as it weighs fuck all and with the bends plenty strong enough.

    Ask your fabricator what he has in stock that would be the easiest.

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    Anyone able to do a proper bend drawing of this for Forg ?

    This basic 2D program i use does not allow it and whilst it is fine if iam bending not so much if he is sending it out to a fabricator.

    can email the DXF.



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    Can't just annotate 90* Up, 90* down onto it?
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