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Sheffield Race Cars, Innovative Fabrication with the BB-4816M Magnetic Box and Pan Brake

By admin@engag3.us | February 13, 2014 | Comments Off on Sheffield Race Cars, Innovative Fabrication with the BB-4816M Magnetic Box and Pan Brake

Sheffield Race Cars is a name that is well known throughout the Drag Racing community for super high end race car fabrication. From roll cages to custom turbos and full blown turn-key drag cars, they do it all. Based out of Panama City Beach, Florida, SRC is a one stop shop for anyone into Drag…

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Baileigh’s Metal Mind of the Month: Robert McCartney

By admin@engag3.us | November 14, 2013 | Comments Off on Baileigh’s Metal Mind of the Month: Robert McCartney

Robert McCartney, owner and CEO of McCartney Paint and Custom is a true classic car and metal shaping aficionado. A 20 year obsession with cars and classic auto restoration has turned into a lifestyle for Robert. Although his business is extremely successful, he insists it is not about the money, it’s all about passion. The…

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Strange bends on a Baileigh Magnetic Brake

By admin@engag3.us | July 10, 2013 | Comments Off on Strange bends on a Baileigh Magnetic Brake

Some of you may remember that I bought a Baileigh Magnetic brake a while back. I have used it a bunch, but for the most part most of the bending could have been done on a traditional Box/Pan brake (really not very interesting). In the interest of showing the versatility of the Mag Brake I did a…

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Train Works / Sheet Metal Innovation

By admin@engag3.us | April 12, 2012 | Comments Off on Train Works / Sheet Metal Innovation

Train Works is a very unique company that produces unbelievable works of art and fabrication masterpieces. Fabricating 1.6 scale, 7.5 gauge rid-able trains from scratch. These units are featured in theme parks, pumpkin patches and even in the backyards of train enthusiasts all around the world. Check out their website: www.thetrainworks.com.

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