Thanks Randy!! I've found for one offs like that it's best to make friends with the local iron shop. A 10 or 20 dollar tip, two minutes of setup and 5 seconds in a 100 ton hydraulic press brake. A task like that, more important who you know than what you knowWow.... what a saga!!!!
Love the new shop and all the fabrication tools of course!
I’m still breaking sheet metal in door jams and clamped angle iron - but I can still make much of what I need...
Now my next project involves breaking 11g stainless about 34” long. Two breaks but I don’t think the door jam’s going to do it. I’m thinking I will wiz-wheel most of the way through it and then TIG welding the cut after I bend it...