What is the difference between Van Mark 1 and 2?
Q: What is the difference between the Mark I™ (red) and the Mark II TrimMaster® (green) brakes? A: The hinge. The Mark I™ has a fixed hinge and the Mark II TrimMaster® has a POWERslot™ hinge. The POWERslot™ hinge makes a standard 5 ⁄ 8″ bend and the fixed hinge makes a standard 3 ⁄ 4″ bend.
How much does a Van Mark brake weigh?
|Item Weight||156 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||130 x 22 x 16 inches|
|Item model number||TM10|
What is Van Mark?
About Van Mark Products We are manufacturers of portable bending brakes, saw tables, slitters and gutter hood roll forming tools for the construction trades. We sell our tools through authorized distributors worldwide.
How much does a 10 foot brake weigh?
10in. Brake Weight: 94 lbs.
How much does a aluminum brake weigh?
Brake Weight: 94 lbs.
How much does a sheet metal brake weigh?
Tabletop Standard Sheet Metal Brake:
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What is a siding brake?
Sometimes called a siding brake or an aluminum brake, this tool can be used for cutting and bending flashing for windows and doors, and for cladding for exterior soffits and fascias. It also can be used for any number of small projects that require bent light-gauge sheet metal or vinyl.
How much does a Tapco Pro 19 weight?
The Tapco Pro 19 brake has a throat depth of 19” and is 10′ 6” long and weighs in at just 121 lbs. for maximum portability. The locking system on Tapco brakes is also more efficient than others, using a pulling motion rather than a pushing motion, allowing you to be closer to the tool when working with large coil.
How much does an aluminum brake weigh?
Can you cut with an aluminum brake?
Sometimes called a siding brake or an aluminum brake, this tool can be used for cutting and bending flashing for windows and doors, and for cladding for exterior soffits and fascias.