Value Line Golf Club Bending Machine

Value Line Golf Club Bending Machine

Value Line Golf Club Machine
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Putter Leveling Block
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Brass Hosel Protectors - Pair
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Value Line Golf Club Bending Machine

Our Value Line Golf Club Machine bends the loft and lie angles of irons and putters. It offers many of the features of the Maltby Design® Golf Club Machine at a lower price.

  • Bending bar included
  • Optional Brass Hosel Protector aids in protecting from marring (BHP)
  • Putter Leveling Block included
  • Vise mounted (Vise not included)

    Please Note: Additional shipping charges may be required due to weight.
  • Value Line Golf Club Bending Machine is rated 4.555555555555555 out of 5 by 9.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Personal Use Option Just finished going through two forged iron sets and a few putters and got the job done. I use a seperate gauge set so this setup requires a fair amount of going back and forth and patience. If you are not a handyman type of person, this could be very frustrating. But once you get the hang of it and get a feel for the bending process, it will get you where you want to go. Well built and I use it in a large vise on a tool stand I modified for this. Still can move around in the vise but I deal with it. Would not recommend for higher use situations.
    Date published: 2016-10-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from GREAT HOME CLUB TOOL! I ordered this for my own home use and it has worked really well for me. It is robust(I tore a 27-4 stainless 7 iron hosel with no damage to it) If you secure the club properly you will not damage this machine in normal use. The gauges are accurate and easy to read. I mounted it to a heavy wooden bench but it would be better to have the stand.
    Date published: 2012-06-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's worth the money I gave this product 5 stars because it's a solid tool that allows you to bend irons. It's a good buy for someone who wants to adjust lie or loft of his own irons, or a friend's, and is patient. There is no device with this machine that gives you your starting point(s) for loft or lie, so you need a way to measure the club before you bend it. I didn't care how many degrees I was flat or upright; I just wanted to bend the irons to meet a more comfortable stance. Later I bought Golfworks' protector just to see where things were, which turned out useful because several irons I thought I'd bent had not, in reality, been changed at all. The machine secures the iron well, and the rod that comes with it is fine for bending the hosel. But-- YOU WILL WANT TO USE THE BRASS SLEEVES THAT ARE SOLD SEPARATELY, unless having marks on your hosels doesn't matter to you (it doesn't to me). For putters, follow the instructions to the letter to protect the top edge from being dented. Also, use those brass sleeves.
    Date published: 2015-12-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love it so far I've used it for about a month now. I've only used it to bend my ridiculous number of blade style putters. I bought the vice version and it's worked great for me so far.
    Date published: 2015-09-24
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from VALUE LINE GOLF CLUB MACHINE I don't know how to check the loft and lie angles after bending,I did not see any measure instrument on this VALUE LINE GOLF CLUB MACHINE
    Date published: 2008-07-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bending machine Great for the price. This machine already included the tool bar. Didn't know so I ordered one but when I got it, it had two inside the order.
    Date published: 2016-07-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Economy Bending Solution If you're a do it yourselfer like me and want to be able to tweak your irons without investing in an expensive loft and lie machine that permanently occupies precious shop space this iron-clamp/vice may be the solution. The construction is heavy duty. However you do need a firmly anchored shop vice and the concerns (stated elsewhere) that it may slip out when bending loft are warranted. I solved that concern by drilling and tapping for socket head caps screws (on the vice clamp tab) that would have catch on the jaws of the vice and shear off before the unit could come loose. Another concern I had was being able to accurately measure hosel changes during the bending process. I use a cheap magnetic digital angle finder attached to the (steel) shaft just above the hosel (this wouldn't work on graphite shafts). For lie angle adjustments of low lofted irons the angle-finder read out is almost 1:1 but as the loft of the iron increases the required tweak must be calculated (the trigonometry is simple to deduce). Of course the final loft/lie measurements are made with the iron out of the device. Overall I'm quite happy with the purchase and my newly bent irons.
    Date published: 2015-08-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great lie machine Very user friendly!!! With a good bar and brass fittings lie adjustments were easy for nice checked on a lie board
    Date published: 2016-05-30
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    What is the maximum amount of loft it can change, say I wanted to bend my 9 iron to 47 degrees. In other words a 9 iron to pitching wedge?

    Asked by: JDV3456
    That depends on the particular brand and model of irons that you have. Some irons could be adjusted this much but other irons are not adjustable at all. Here is a link for irons that we know there can be a problem with trying to adjust loft this much. If you can tell me which irons you have, manufactures brand and model, I can possibly be more specific as to how much they can be adjusted.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2016-09-26

    I see that you have brass fittings for the hozel. However, do you have any accessories to protect the club head during the bending process? My clubs heads are forged and they mark easily.

    Asked by: Steggie
    In house we tape the clubheads using the Quick Release painters masking tape to protect them when bending. Forged heads bend easily so they generally do not need to be clamped as tight as you might clamp a harder stainless steel. I have personally been bending clubs for 40 some years and the one thing I always teach is that marking clubs when they are bent is a nature of the beast type of thing. You may go along and bend a lot of clubs and never mark one but sooner or later it will happen.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2016-08-18

    Is there an accessory available to protect forged club heads during the bending process? If not, will I risk marking my forged club heads?

    Asked by: Steggie
    You can use the brass hosel protectors. code# BHP These will protect the hosel on your irons from the potential of getting marred while you are bending them. Often times, I will use thick masking tape on the hosel and on the top lines of the heads when I bend them. Using heavy masking tape or a couple layers of it will do the same thing. it is also easy to take off once you are done bending.
    Answered by: Brent Dill
    Date published: 2016-08-17

    What bending bar is included with this device?

    Asked by: brandon
    It comes with the GW1036 bending bar.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2016-07-25

    I purchased this a while back and lost the instructions, can I find this online somewhere or get another one sent to me?

    Asked by: sfo1ckh
    We do not have a specific set of instructions for the VAM but it is the same clamping system that we use to use with our GAM loft and lie machine. With the VAM you will need to change how you clamp it in the vise when you go from adjusting lie to loft so that it will stay in the vise. Here is the link for the instructions.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2016-06-09

    How will I measure the angles when adjusted? Also, this product just clamps to a shop vise? Please let me know. Interested in purchasing. Thanks

    Asked by: Chris
    Yes the VAM does clamp into a vise. The vise should be vise and bench need to be heavy duty enough to alloy you to adjust stainless steel case irons. To measure the adjustments you would need a separate Golf Club Gauge such as the HGCG.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2016-05-31

    Is the putter leveling block included as stated below?

    Asked by: Flatliner
    Yes the putter leveling block is included.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2016-05-27

    Can it bend left handed club?

    Asked by: Golfer_
    Yes this will bend left hand clubs.
    Answered by: JimY
    Date published: 2016-05-18
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