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Posted: September.05.06 at 2:22am | IP Logged Quote misel

Hello!

I am new to this page, so hello to everybody.

I am a brass technician and I am thinking about buying the MRDS-Magnetic dent removal system. You can buy it at jlsmithco.com.
I am just wondering if this system is any good, because it is pretty expensive.

Anyone have any experience with this system?

Kind regards

Jean-Michel
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Posted: September.08.06 at 7:10pm | IP Logged Quote admin

Hi Jean-Michel,

The magnetic dent removal system is extremely useful and time saving. It gives you the ability to remove dents in previously inaccessible areas without unsoldering.  However, it will not replace the conventional methods of dent removal of threaded rods and balls and dent ball sets.  These will still have their place in the shop.

Michelle


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