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  1. Hi guys, I'm in the market for a good copper tube cutter. I've been in situations where I couldn't cut a tube properly (close quarter, too close to a wall...etc...) and the hacksaw blade isn't the best solution. I know the Milwaukee rotating cutter is amazing but I'm looking for a hand tool, not a power tool (not yet..hahahah) So far, I'm considering the ones below: http://www.nerradtools.com/index.php/cutters/nt40#nt4023 http://www.beta-tools.com/catalog/articles/view/331L/__lang_en/__catlang_en/__catalog_beta/__filters_ I know the two above have been rebranded and rebadged to death. I don't really know who is the OEM manufacturer but I'm open to any suggestion !
  2. 20 oz lead coated copper chimney cap. Dimensions 75in x 107in. 0.125in stainless steel stacks. We also installed the slate roof too, though still in progress. Monday I'll be starting the ridge cap. I'm 28 and have been doing this for 10 years. I've been a foreman for 5 years. I mainly ddo sheet metal work for a commercial roofing company. Last pic is me soldering a huge chimney pan from another job. Let me know what you guys think. I found out about this topic from the new Friday night video! Love tools in action keep up the good work guys! Hope Dan or Eric let me know what they think.
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