I've been looking around the local tin-bashers trying to find someone intersted in making me a couple of real simple lifebuoy brackets. Unless I'm after a batch run of 500+, not much joy locally at an economic price.
All the Chandlery off the shelf stuff doesn't work for what I want or is crap.
Anyone into making a two-off?
It's a simple job - for which I don't have the metal folder.
From a 300x95mm 316ss blank, I need three (small radius) folds, two at 90 degrees, one at 135 degrees...and...that's it! Horseshoe lifebuoys don't weigh much so 2mm thickness give or take should more than do it. Tolerances are not tight
Sketch on request.