How to Make a Pittsburgh Joint in Sheet Metal by Hand?

Answer A Pittsburgh lock consists of three bends that form an extended "S" shape which creates an airtight seal after completion. In sheet metal shops, a rollforming machine is used to fold the Pittsburgh... Read More »

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