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    While cleaning up in my workshop, I again fell into the hands of a small vise that I built during my apprenticeship as a machinist.
    The part was only slightly tarnished, so I only removed the flats on an emery board.
    The part fits very well with my Pillar Tool.
    The spindle has a M 10 thread.
    The guide pins are 6 mm thick.
    The base plate has a thickness of 8 mm and the total height of the part is 24 mm.

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    Last edited by Bruno Mueller; 04-05-2022, 06:49 AM.
    Many greetings from the southwest of Germany.
    Bruno
    http://www.mueller-bruno.de

  • #2
    very nice

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    • #3
      Nicely made, good proportions. I like the double V.
      Only one fastener holds the fixed jaw in place, or it it pinned as well?

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      • #4
        I like that Bruno. Looks very handy.

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        • #5
          That things high quality and looks like it would come in handy for multiple sizes of square holding... Nice work.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by reggie_obe View Post
            Nicely made, good proportions. I like the double V.
            Only one fastener holds the fixed jaw in place, or it it pinned as well?
            Looks like 1 screw in the middle and 2 pins on the sides
            Helder Ferreira
            Setubal, Portugal

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            • #7
              It would be dandy for holding square or round pieces end up. But that's pretty specific. No option for holding much else. You clearly made it with a very set use in mind. Is it just for square or round being held accurately on end?
              Chilliwack BC, Canada

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              • #8
                Nice design and well built Bruno,my Heinrich 30 8” Drill Press Vise built similar with sliding portion held captive in round shafts and it works great!

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                • #9
                  Don't you love it when you find something that's actually useful-
                  I seldom do anything within the scope of logical reason and calculated cost/benefit, etc- I'm following my passion-

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                  • #10
                    That's a real nifty vise. I particularly like the badge on the movable jaw. How was that done? Stamp? Engraving?
                    Paul A.
                    SE Texas

                    And if you look REAL close at an analog signal,
                    You will find that it has discrete steps.

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                    • #11
                      Nice work!
                      I just need one more tool,just one!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by reggie_obe View Post
                        Nicely made, good proportions. I like the double V.
                        Only one fastener holds the fixed jaw in place, or it it pinned as well?
                        The fixed jaw is screwed in the center with a screw and additionally pinned with two pins.

                        Many greetings from the southwest of Germany.
                        Bruno
                        http://www.mueller-bruno.de

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Paul Alciatore View Post
                          That's a real nifty vise. I particularly like the badge on the movable jaw. How was that done? Stamp? Engraving?
                          The logo was engraved with a stork's beak - pantograph from a self-made template.
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                          The vice was a workpiece during my apprenticeship as a machinist. I have attached the logo only now.
                          The vise lay dusty in a back corner of my workshop for a very long time. By chance, it fell into my hands again when cleaning up. I thought to myself, - The would do well on my Pillar Tool.
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                          Last edited by Bruno Mueller; 04-08-2022, 06:42 AM.
                          Many greetings from the southwest of Germany.
                          Bruno
                          http://www.mueller-bruno.de

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                          • #14
                            The underside of the vise. I have added two screws to the one screw and the two pins.
                            Here I have also engraved my logo. You can also see my personnel number from my apprenticeship (903).
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                            Many greetings from the southwest of Germany.
                            Bruno
                            http://www.mueller-bruno.de

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