bending iron

bending iron

[′ben·diŋ ‚ī·ərn]
(engineering)
A tool used to straighten or to expand flexible pipe, especially lead pipe.

bending iron

A tool used to straighten or to expand flexible pipe, esp. lead pipe.
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But this is not men in leopard skin leotards and handlebar moustaches bending iron bars around their neck or lifting barbells with black round balls on either end.
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Our tools are still basics such as hand planes, chisels, bending irons and callipers," explains Phil, who took over the running of the school five years ago.