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PRI Industries is selling this tube notcher for $47.65.  Use it in conjunction with your drill press and hole saw to notch (fishmouth) tubing, for fabricating welded assemblies.

Tube Notcher [PRI Industries]
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4 Responses to Dealmonger: Tube Notcher $48

  1. Chris says:

    Can anyone explain how this thing works? Preferably with diagrams or video…I didn’t see anything on the site. I assume it’s basically a jig for holding a tube under a hole saw in a drill press, but I don’t see how it does that.


  2. Nate says:

    it looks like the T-handle on the left is the vise/clamp part that holds the tube. You attach your drill to the top of the vertical rod on the right, and the hole saw on the bottom. That pin comes out allowing the rod to move up and down.

  3. Nate says:

    Also, the rod is apparently in the “storing” position, in use, its actually flipped the other way around. Just like it is now, except the bottom is the top and the top is the bottom. The part thats necked down goes into the drill.

  4. That notcher is up side down in the picture. A notcher that lays horizontal and uses a hand drill is a much better way to cut. Check out a tube notcher called the Syncnotcher. A much better design.

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