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Thread: A new type of bench vise (Homemade prototype)

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    Default A new type of bench vise (Homemade prototype)

    Hello everyone,I'm Finnish car man.I do not have companies or stores, and I have no any contact with them.
    Do you thing this tool would be useful in your garage or work place? This is good helper to garage,welding,cutting,tapping,repairing and many other kind of work,much more opportunities than the conventional vise gives,I also think about work ergonomics.What do you think, is this idea good or bad ?
    If you are interested and need to see something new,then welcome to looking my tube channel Esak76

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0e0P-F8WYs
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8oewRQGnsc
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JV9gBLMMqlo
    Last edited by Esak76; 02-02-2018 at 05:08 AM. Reason: I fill in the first message

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    Here is the video:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8oewRQGnsc

    I was about to post link to your videos already earlier because I think the vise is nice idea.
    If its not overly expensive I could actually buy one!

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    Looks tough as hell!!

    Nice work.

    John

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    Brilliant!
    Looks really handy for welding.
    Len

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    That is a nice useful and elegant design. I've got enough vise's (and vice's) to last 2 lifetimes, but I applaud your ingenuity. Well done.

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    Very impressive. When he walked on the bar those jaws didn't flex at all.

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    That is one bad ass vice. Excellent product.
    12x16" Delta 3d printer (Built from scratch)
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    The OP can't even be bothered to offer a grainy, out-of-focus teaser picture. (But then, evidently, there was no need.)

    What's the present rate of payment-per-view for youtube content these days ?

    By composing, editing and hosting images I post here and elsewhere entirely at my own expense and without expectation of compensation, I seem to be missing out on a growing trend ...
    "There's a place for us,
    A special place for us.
    Perspiration and chaos and sulfurous air
    Wait for us
    Somewhere."

    (Apologies to Stephen Sondheim who wrote the lyrics and Leonard Bernstein who wrote the music to Somewhere from Westside Story.)

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    Nice vise!

    I expect that the chinese clones will be coming out in 45 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EddyCurr View Post
    The OP can't even be bothered to offer a grainy, out-of-focus teaser picture. (But then, evidently, there was no need.)

    What's the present rate of payment-per-view for youtube content these days ?

    By composing, editing and hosting images I post here and elsewhere entirely at my own expense and without expectation of compensation, I seem to be missing out on a growing trend ...
    About 1 usd per 1000 view if you trough all the hassle to qualify yourself to get the ad money.
    Hardly worth it unless you are Colin Furze.

    I'm pretty sure OP is not getting single penny out of youtube ads, neither do I with some of videos that I have posted to youtube.
    Just a different media that works better for some cases (and worse for others)

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