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    Home Made Scoop! Would love some thoughts ans ideastor

    Hi Guys! I always wondered if there a way to design this into like a CAD program. Kind of like one of those tear-down cell phone channels Its seems like if i could get a lot of the different angels of it, i could come up with It like a Template. Then all you would have to do is doing the welding and then the drilling of holes. (Among other petty things)
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    I was hoping that I could start building them and making the cost factor

    LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU GUYS THINK?

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    Maybe its the picture but is that metal titanium? Has that dull look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OBN View Post
    Maybe its the picture but is that metal titanium? Has that dull look.
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    I think most sand pros use long handled scoops, I don't know of too many people who use the hand held ones like you show.
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    There are a lot of different CAD programs out there that you could use to draw it.
    Once drawn, what would be best is to send this to a company that does laser sheet metal cutting as machining SS is hard on tooling and you would be doing a lot of holes.
    Usually they convert you drawing into their cutting program and use it for the making of the flat metal sheet used to make a scoop.

 

 

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