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02-10 3D Printed Tube Marking Tools

Tube Marking Tools

Introducing a series of tube marking tools that can significantly improve the ease and accuracy of marking round tubing.

These tube marking tools have a multitude of features which can only be created practically through the use of  3-D printing technology.

The tube marking tools are manufactured from 3-D printed ABS plastic, and are color-coded to easily identify each size. From 1/2 inch up to 2 inches in 1/8 inch increments. These are the standard tubing sizes used in the aviation field.

Features

1.  Color-Coded for Easy Identification
2.  Radial marking guide in 15° increments
3.  “V” marking slots for super precision.
4.   Alignment pin holes for   1/16, 1/8,  3/16, 1/4
5.  Non-marring 1/4-20 nylon thumbscrew for secure positioning.
6.  Center punch holding fixture.
7.  Lanyard attachment hole.
8.  Size markings embossed on housing.
9.  Perimeter marking guide on base.
10.  Manufactured from Non-marring ABS plastic.
11.  Precision marking slots at 90°, 180°, 270°, and 360°
12.  Available in all standard tube sizes from 1/2 inch to 2 inches.

Purchase tube marking tools individually or as a complete set.

Tube Size   Color                  Cost

1/2          Cool Grey                $6.45
5/8          Sky Blue                  $7.65
3/4          Red                          $8.70
7/8          Blue                        $9.75
1             Black                       $10.95
1 1/8      Yellow                     $11.85
1 1/4      Green                      $13.05
1 3/8      White                      $14.10
1 1/2      Orange                    $15.15
1 5/8      Sky Blue                 $16.05
1 3/4      Android Green       $16.65
1 7/8      Blue                      $18.15
2           Warm Grey            $19.35

Complete Set                     $142.85

Purchase the entire 13 piece set and receive a $25 discount plus a free storage container.

13 piece complete set with storage container  $142.85

Using the  tube marking tools.

1.  Keep the ABS plastic tools away from solvents, paints, acetone and other chemicals that may melt or dissolve the ABS plastic.

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