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    Vise Soft Jaws

    Some new soft jaws from 6061 Alu. Size 4" x 3/4" x 3/4". Potted in neo magnets.Vise Soft Jaws-image.jpgVise Soft Jaws-image.jpgVise Soft Jaws-image.jpgVise Soft Jaws-image.jpgVise Soft Jaws-image.jpg

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    Thanks Catfish! I've added your Vise Soft Jaws to our Metalworking and Vises categories, as well as to your builder page: Catfish's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    Catfish,
    The soft jaws looks like something I would like to build. What are the dimensions (diameter and height) of the rare-earth magnets?
    Thanks, Paul Jones

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    The magnets are Dia 0.315, Thickness 0.117. I bought 100 on ebay real cheap. Very strong.

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    Now I have an idea of the diameters to get. I've been thinking of getting a batch of neodymium magnets but didn't know what size would be appropriate.

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    I love the neo mag approach over bolt-on ones. Easier to install and remove.

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    Nice work on the softjaws. I made replacement copper jaws for a small vise I have. Maybe I should post them, I often forget how many things I have made.
    Steve
    Check out MyShopNotes on YouTube.

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    I am with you on forgetting, almost 30 years working as a ship engineer you make a lot of things.

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    They look great Catfish, thats how we have work down under here in Australia "upside-down"

    Cheers > Just teasing.
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