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Turn-Up Boxing Tools

A common metal building roof detail is to bend or box the top of the roof panel up to create a water dam under the ridge cap. Our simple to use Turn-up Tools make this task easy and consistent. They can also be used to turn down the bottom (eave) of the panel where needed.

Turn-Up Boxing Tools

  • Turn-Up Tool by JS Design Heavy Duty 6.5"

    Turn-Up Tool 6.5″ Wide by JS Design Heavy Duty

    $101.53
  • Turn-Up Tool 8.5" Wide by JS Design

    Turn-Up Tool 8.5″ Wide by JS Design

    $51.00
  • Turn-Up Tool 7" Wide by JS Design

    Turn-Up Tool 7″ Wide by JS Design

    $51.00

Featured Roofing Product

Swenson Shear Model 48

The Model 48 Heavy Duty Pivot Shear by Swenson Shear with its 48" blade is ideal for shearing heavy gauge exposed-fastener panels, with the ability to shear straight at 90° and up to a 8/12 gable. The custom blades match any panel profile, providing a clean cut, eliminating burred edges and flying metal. The shear is transportable and weighs around 140 lbs.

The Model 48 Shear features an interchangeable blade to accommodate any manufacturer's panel profile. Separate blades will be needed for each blade profile or to achieve various gable angles. The recommended maximum gauge thickness is 24. Shearing panels thicker than 24ga may increase wearing of blades. 

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Swenson Model 48 Pivot Shear

The Swenson Model 48 HD Pivot Shear is ideal for shearing heavy gauge exposed-fastener panels. Its 48" blade has the ability to shear straight at 90° and up to a 8/12 gable. Every Swenson Shear features an interchangeable blade; custom made in the United States to accommodate any manufacturer's panel profile.

Swenson Stone Coat Cutter

Referred to as the Swenson Shear “utility knife,” the Stone Coat Cutter is designed for use on a multitude of applications from stone coated metal shake and shingles, to 14-gauge stainless flat sheets. It is equipped with a 34-inch blade that is made of long lasting, high-carbon steel. This go-to tool is safe, efficient, and transportable with a weight of just  65 pounds.