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  • Bruno Mueller
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    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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  • Bruno Mueller
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    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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  • Bruno Mueller
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    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.

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  • wierdscience
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    Nice work!

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

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  • darryl
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    Don't you love it when you find something that's actually useful-

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  • Tundra Twin Track
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    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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  • BCRider
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    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?

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  • Noitoen
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    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

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

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  • Dan Dubeau
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    I like that Bruno. Looks very handy.

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  • reggie_obe
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    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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  • RB211
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    very nice

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  • Bruno Mueller
    started a topic Mini vice found while cleaning up.

    Mini vice found while cleaning up.

    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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