Roy Crumrine - Straightening Tube Trick
Instructor: Roy Crumrine • 5m 48s
I was finishing up a batch of tubes and wanted to share some details on how I straighten them. This is a very simple trick that can be used in many ways. I've used this hack when building boat tops and handrails to see if the straight lines were actually straight. This hack will get you visually very close so hopefully it helps you on a future job! Thanks everyone!
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