This is the new video:
This is the process you can see in the video:
1 - Bend an uncorrected part.
2 - Measure the part.
3 - Correct the bender through a network correction.
4 - Measure the part to confirm that its shape improved relative to the master.
5 - Print a report to document the good part shape.
This is a 2" OD part. We're using the least expensive (not the best) material we had available. Cheap material is usually harder to correct quickly. So, I was surprised when the first correction brought the part shape well inside the tolerance of +/- 0.078" ( +/- 2 mm).
See the inspection results after the correction at 1:56 in the video. These are real numbers that I did not change. I think you might be surprised at the numbers. I know I was.