EX DEMONSTRATION TOOL.
This tool may have been used for demonstrating or used for display purposes, it may have cosmetic damage but is fully functional and has been serviced prior to sale. It comes with a year’s Metalcraft guarantee.
Our easy to use Mk2/3 scroll forming tools produce very similar sized (127mm max) scrolls to those made with our MC019 Mk2/2H scroll former. It also has the same specification in being able to work with steel bars upto 20mm x 3mm in size.
In the case of the Mk2/3 scroll bender it also offers the advantage that its capstan operation draws steel bars into the tool and therefore doesn't require the same amount of clear space around your work bench that the Mk2/2H does.
Whilst, it is commonly purchased to complement the Practical range of tools, it also proves popular to those with Master tools who might wish to make the occasional lighter gauge projects. So for light to medium ornamental wrought iron scrolls, this handy scroll bender takes a lot of beating.
Dimensions: 150mm W x 230mm D x 120mm H x 210mm Handle Radius
Max working Capacity*
20mm x 3mm
Max scroll size*
* All sizes are approximate and in mm unless stated otherwise
The maximum scroll size quoted is approximate due to the varying temper (spring) of steel.
All tools on this page are supplied complete with operating instructions, spare parts diagram, scroll former template sheets and magnetic markers for repeatable scrolls.
Please note: The maximum working capacity is for Hot Rolled Mild Steel Bar and Annealed Bright Mild Steel Bar. Working beyond these limits or with material of greater hardness may reduce the operational life of the machines.
Operations and Features
- Produces similar scrolls to Mk 2/2H but without the need for so much bench space
- Easy To Use
- Also available with Optional Extra Tube Bending Components (See MC029X)
Open out segments and move pressure roller towards centre of scroll former before gripping steel in centre of tool with locking bar arrangement.
Rotate handles of capstan to draw steel into the former as segments close up to create the scroll shape.