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Dimple dies are used in sheet metal and off road fabrication. A dimple died piece of sheet metal is stronger and lighter than the same piece of metal with out the dimple die. Follow along with us while we explain the key points of dimple dies.
Hello, Sam here with
JBugs.com Whether you're fabricating a sand rail from scratch, building a Baja
bug or dune buggy, or installing a roll cage in your drag bug, strength, safety
and weight savings are normally top considerations.
Dimple dies are a great
way to do that as they require a drilled hole which lightens. Then the flares
edge of the dimple died hole provides strength and rigidity to a panel or
brace. Dimple died panels are commonly used to tie a roll cage to the body of a
car, as braces for shock towers or mounts, and on nerf bars on rock or skid
We offer dimple dies
from 1/2 inch up to three inch diameters to cover most fabrication needs. Dimple
dies are made of 8620 alloy steel for strength and durability, and will flare
Chromalloy steel up to 1/8 of an inch thick. Dimple dies can be used with a
bench vice for thinner materials or with a hydraulic press for thicker
Let's be honest they add
a trick, custom look to your project. The dimple die sets can be purchased
online along with many other off road parts, wheels, tires and off road
accessories at JBugs.com