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On 6/20/2019 at 12:57 PM, James H said:

How about this one?

 

 

I bought a similar one (model craft) and did some tests on 1.5 - 2mm planks. It works, but you have to soak the planks intensively before.

Clark

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On 6/24/2019 at 8:19 PM, JohnB40 said:

The can also heats up and drys the opposite side. I also use the electric iron to twist bend the planks for the stern runs. Wet the planks, clamp to bulkhead at the start of the run,heat and form to shape required.

Have a plank bender used once put back in the box. A take on John's can. I posted a long time ago the same except I used 3 different size cans depending on the size of the build. Can was clamped to desk (1 clamp) soaked strips used a tea candle inside the can, could bend 3 to 4 strips at a time very quick. 1 hand for strips the other to hold downward pressure on the ends.;)

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