If you're referring to the bender that has a hydraulic jack, dies and
rollers, and the jack is used in the verticle position...they sell this as
a pipe bender, not a tubing bender. It works okay on pipe, not very well
on tubing. I don't think the dies are the right size for tubing.
On Thu, 29 Jan 1998, Tim Mullen wrote:
> For what it's worth, you can get mandrel tubing benders from Harbor
> Freight (and others I'm sure) for $100 - $200. They are not
> professional quality (they will take longer to set up for each bend),
> but they look good enough for home use. I just checked their web
> site: http://www.harborfreight.com/ They have one bender for $110 and
> another for $210.
> Tim Mullen