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Old 04-26-21, 02:19 PM   #1
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Default Building a Steel Plate roller

I need a plate roller. Someone sells a set of plans for this one.
They also have a materials list what you need to buy to make it.

https://www.etsy.com/listing/8789266..._id=2403653662

I can cut it out with my CNC plasma table.
I am going to build a trenching bucket for subcompact tractor and it has a curved back. The back of the bucket is 10 gauge the sides and the rest are 3/8 steel.

I could make without a roller but this will make a nicer product and I can use it for other projects. Like fire rings who know what else.

This is a picture of one someone else made from the plans.

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