Step 1- I made up some really simple offset Dies this morning for the P13. It did not work as well as I had hoped... I needed to remove the formed edge on this 1/8” thick Chevy Cameo bumper and my access was limited. I attempted to do it in the Pullmax first to hopefully get it started and to try and make it as consistent as possible before going in with a hammer or hammers. I have attached some images on how the Dies were made and how the edges were dressed. Even though these are the most simple Dies the leading and trailing edges should be dressed so the do not dig into the surface finish. It did remove some of the form(approx. 60%). I wanted to try this first instead of a hammer because I wanted to keep from stretching the material as much as possible and changing the overall shape. The other flange of the bumper was rubbing the sh#* out of the machine on top which didn’t allow me to get it in as flat as I had hoped. I didn’t think any more offset with this smaller 16MM Die Shanks would have been very effective. I’ll show the rest of the steps through to get it straightened out shortly.