Homebuilt Vacuum Forming Machine

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  1. hawkeye2an

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    Here's my machine. Built for less than $70.
     

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    Wow!! That is slick! I'm tempted to make one.
     
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    Good stuff! In my relatively small place, I'd need an integrated set-up though, as with the commercial vac-frames, which are similar to those used (if still used!) in the graphics-reproduction industry, but with an integral heat-source and vacuum pump.
     
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