Model # TM8

Internet #203260170

Van Mark Mark II Trim Master
0857622001621

Van Mark

Mark II Trim Master

$1,895.00 /each

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The Van Mark TM8 portable siding brake is used to bend aluminum trim coil (3003 H14), light steel, and copper for residential siding, roofing, window and gutter installation. The TM8 is lightweight and portable and very easy to operate and maintain. Ideal for the intricate bending needed to install siding and windows. Van Mark makes the strongest, most durable and highest quality jobsite tools in the industry and all of Van Mark's products are manufactured and assembled in the USA.

  • 14 in. throat depth by 1-3/4 in. jaw opening for easy bending of intricate shapes
  • Power slot hinge system for 5/8 in. or larger bends
  • Patented cam-lock system self adjusts to any material thickness
  • Dual base rails and reinforced hollow core power lock bar for superior clamping pressure
  • Quick release full loop bending and locking handles and built in carry handles for easy use
  • High performance, self lubricating wedge pads and bearings eliminate metal to metal friction
  • Adjustable wedge pads for fine tuning of locking pressure
  • Powder coated and anodized finish for superior protection from the elements while eliminating UV fading and oxidation
  • Bends metal up to 180 degrees (hem bends)
  • Bending capacities .027 gutter or trim coil, 26 gauge painted (grade d) galvanized steel and 24 oz copper
  • Use with the following optional stands: USA1, USA1EZ, UNL1, 3002 folding legs

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how much does it weigh

need to know weight of item
Asked by: John
this TM8 model weighs 99 pounds according to http://www.van-mark.com/Archives/Literature/F547.pdf
Answered by: daltonstore1402
Date published: 2016-04-01

will it bend 24 gauge steel

Asked by: jj
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