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Tool Talk Discussion Forum

Air Flange/Punch Tool Question

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Kerwin

12-05-2018 18:21:17




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Anyone used any of the air flange/punch tools available from either Harbor Freight or Northern Tool? Harbor Freight says theirs will flange up to 16 gauge max and Northern Tool says 14 gauge. Just wondering how well either of them works. Thanks.




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johndear720

12-06-2018 19:03:26




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 Re: Air Flange/Punch Tool Question in reply to Kerwin, 12-05-2018 18:21:17  
I got one from Harbor Freight. Did about 12" of flange and maybe dozen holes and died. Make noise but wouldn't move head. Took it back got another. Put regulator on line and limited it to 90 psi just in case excess pressure damaged first one. It punched about 6 holes and did the same. All this in 16 gauge. Took it back and got a credit. Still looking for one and have about decided to pay for a Sunex or pay the Mac/Matco/Snap-on price for something decent. Amazed anyone has had success with a HF air tool.

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Duane WI

12-06-2018 10:53:52




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 Re: Air Flange/Punch Tool Question in reply to Kerwin, 12-05-2018 18:21:17  
I have one from HF. I have used it a lot on 18 gauge cold rolled steel. Works great.



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Patsdeere

12-05-2018 21:09:33




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 Re: Air Flange/Punch Tool Question in reply to Kerwin, 12-05-2018 18:21:17  
Used 3 on a job for about a year. Punched countless holes in SS flashing. I think I replaced the main unit once, but that was it. I tend to lean towards no oil being the downfall of that one. They were all from hf.



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Goose

12-05-2018 20:36:50




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 Re: Air Flange/Punch Tool Question in reply to Kerwin, 12-05-2018 18:21:17  
I have one, and it's flanged everything I've wanted it to, without checking to see the thickness of the tin.

Also, the punch is great for making plug welds with a MIG.



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