11 x 11 x 7.5 inches ; 11.02 pounds
#510 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific) #1 in Bench Vises #1 in Bench Clamps
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Buyer's Reviews 1742

Sturdy construction and easy installation. I put it at the end of my workbench, which has helped me build immensley, on a AR and is ready to upgrade and help my friends. Rotating is really convenient, if you tighten to a stop, everything is solid.

3.04 ounces
4 x 1 x 1 inches
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Buyer's Reviews 2595

Well, I've had my chin for a week or two now, but I've only just started using them for the first time. I have two smaller port freight habits. One is the smallest workbench they sell, and the other is larger, which can be sandwiched to the workbench and rotate 360 degrees in each direction. These jaws are perfect for two. The chin is doing so well that there are two magnets on each chin that allow you to locate them in any way. The magnet is great, it keeps the jaw in place, and definitely beats to try to keep the square rubber on the jaw, as I used to do! The jaw is a sturdy nylon and I won't see them wear out every time. This time I used them to trigger the Marin 795 rifle. Part of this involves putting the hammer spring back, which is under great tension. This piece did not waver and grabbed the jaw perfectly. Everything I've used before allows this work to move in small amounts, making the job more difficult. Finally try these, I hope I will not wait so long to get a pair!

7 pounds
7 x 2.6 x 9.4 inches
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Buyer's Reviews 657

It was well established and part moved smoothly, so I gave it 5 stars. I think I paid a reasonable price for it. However, the slot position to bolt it is too far away, so it is not compatible with my drilling machine, which is a port cargo 8 inches. 5 speed drilling machine. I plan to make a simple adapter to make it work. I think I can cut a piece of 2x6 and put it under this vice. I'm going to tie that piece of wood to the drill. Then I would put the pliers on the wood and bolt the pliers to the wood. This should be solid in theory. So others can avoid buying this and find out that the holes are misaligned, so you can screw the pliers into the drilling machine. The following are the measurements of the slots used to secure them to the pliers (accurate as of September 2016): the width of one of the slots: 5 "the length of one of the slots: 2-7" the central point to the central point of the slots on both sides: 5-2 "therefore, if the measured value from the center point to the center point is not aligned with the corresponding center point of the slot in your drilling machine, Then you will have the same problem as me, and you will not be able to fix it to

4.1 pounds
6 x 5.5 x 1.8 inches
3" Drill Press Vise
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Buyer's Reviews 337

This is a very good vice. This clamp is suitable for small milling machines or drilling. It has a removable jaw, so you can make a soft chin for it. Another thing that impressed me was that it was clean, no dirt, no processed fragments, well painted and oiled. I have bought so many imports from Asian countries that I have never properly removed burrs or cleaned them before shipment. This vice is not one of these items. In fact, I plan to buy another one so that I can work longer hours. After the update, I removed the pliers and used a. 0005 "dial test indicator to check the parallelism of the base and the bottom clamping surface, which are parallel. I turned the vice on my Micro Mark milling machine upside down, ground a shallow slot, put some .500 "brass billets next to me, clamped the stock in the slot and grinded the width to .480" to fit tightly in the slot of the table and secure the finished brass key in place with some # 10-24 threads. I skimmed off the lower surface of the movable jaw groove and filed the splint a little (to be replaced with some brass flat stock) to help keep the movable chin from being lifted and sliding even if the screws are tightened. I plan to make some soft jaws and will use 1 "- 20 screws to support them, this size will fit the hole in the vice (without any metric taps), a little bit of work, I have a very good machined vice.

11.8 pounds
16.2 x 8.2 x 6 inches
Pack 1
Stainless Steel
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Buyer's Reviews 173

I found it did a good job. Of course, the top of the jaw is deliberately tilted inward-so when the threaded screw pulls from the bottom, the jaw can flatten under great pressure; this is a good design. It took me some time to add 1 "x 4" wooden jaw and increase the width to 11 "; 'works Great. I added an underdeck gasket so that the jaw is about 3. 16 "below the workbench deck." The planned chin increase is flush with the bench deck and wipes the Danish oil's 1 "x 4" chin increase to make a very pleasant result of several coats. I sprayed silicon on the rails and screws; slid well. I'm glad I spent a lot of time trying to install it correctly. I'm happy with the results.

12 ounces
8 x 6.1 x 1.4 inches
Orange & Green
thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU)
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Buyer's Reviews 193

I love these chin lids! I've been using them to squeeze my clip. The magnet on the chin cover is a sleek idea that is easy to install. The chin is gentle and strong. It looks like they'll keep pretty good, it's a good piece of gear for any store!

8 ounces
5.2 x 2.5 x 2 inches
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Buyer's Reviews 207

I used this to drill holes in polished agate, petrified wood and jade. The plastic parts work well to prevent damage or scratching of the finished parts. I use diamond bits, so I immerse pliers and rocks in water to prevent diamond bits from overheating. Practice with some garbage first, then press lightly with the drill. Strong pressure will move one piece and destroy your hole because the plastic sheet will squeeze.

9.8 ounces
4.1 x 1.4 x 2.2 inches
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Buyer's Reviews 217

I'm looking for a vice for my Dreml workstation and am willing to pay $50 for a decent vice. The problem is that most drill pressure viewpoints are too large, even 3 "viewpoints. When I come across this $13, I think I should give it a try. It is the perfect size for Dreml workstations. It's also heavier than I thought (a good thing). The only reason I rated it 4 stars was that I had to clean one side of the screws with 8-32 taps, so the screws would keep tightening. Besides, I put a little oil on the chin screw, which makes it better. There are two versions of this vice. This version has plastic pliers in addition to four rollers. The $9.99 version does not show that it has a plastic chin. Remember, this is a $13 vice, but for money, it suits my needs.

6 pounds
7 x 3.8 x 8 inches
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Buyer's Reviews 815

Pretty good pliers for PRICE. It's a good deal. I bought two at Lowes, one with a tight spin and the other with an unparallel chin. The guide rods on the two guide rods are not parallel and in the toes. The toe feature at the top of the jaw will jingle the wood as it is tightened. I added a wooden chin (which I had planned), which took extra time to make to compensate for the toes at the top and the unparallel chin. The drive screw has thick threads, so it can't move smoothly, but it does rotate faster. All in all, it's a good price for pliers. You can buy another one.

1.23 pounds
12 x 8 x 2 inches
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Buyer's Reviews 438

Last year, I compared six Festool quick fixtures with other fixtures on my clamp trolley. Here's a short answer: the FESTOOL fixture will never be on the jig trolley. They're always on my desk. I saw Ron Paulk use these clips and his amazing workbench. I don't have his great settings, but I think I'll try a clip. Soon after, I bought five more. Compared with Besseys and others, they think it is too expensive. But Festool just got more work done faster. They have good grip, good joints, and superior clamping pressure. My "workshop" is outside on my deck. Key words: outside. No matter how much I protect them, my tools will be hit by the weather in Virginia. It's inevitable. Now look at how these Festool clips are weathered. They stayed away from 24 for more than a year. Only by building a tarp on my workbench can they be protected from most of the rain and snow. They use it every week. You can see from the photos that they look new (except glue). They ignore the weather, just as ducks ignore the rain. These Festool clips are working horses that never complain. I love them.

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Product Dimensions 11 x 11 x 7.5 inches ; 11.02 pounds 4 x 1 x 1 inches 7 x 2.6 x 9.4 inches 6 x 5.5 x 1.8 inches 16.2 x 8.2 x 6 inches - - 4.1 x 1.4 x 2.2 inches 7 x 3.8 x 8 inches 12 x 8 x 2 inches
Item Weight - 3.04 ounces 7 pounds 4.1 pounds 11.8 pounds 12 ounces 8 ounces 9.8 ounces 6 pounds 1.23 pounds
Material - Nylon - - Stainless Steel thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) Metal Metal Metal Metal
Date First Available - January 18, 2016 February 19, 2004 December 19, 2015 August 17, 2011 October 3, 2017 August 24, 2017 June 15, 2017 February 19, 2004 February 26, 2009
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