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    Make An Unique Vise From Bike Parts

    Dear you all,
    Today I would like to introduce how to Build An Metal Vise From Bike Parts For Workshop.
    I hope you all feel interested in my video.
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    Thanks Kwandotechnic! We've added your Bench Vise to our Vises category,
    as well as to your builder page: Kwandotechnic's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    I could have done without the music or at least turn it down so it is more in the background. Interesting project thanks for posting.

    Ralph

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralphxyz View Post
    I could have done without the music or at least turn it down so it is more in the background. Interesting project thanks for posting.

    Ralph
    Many thanks for your opinions!

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    That's neat. At the beginning of the build I was expecting you to put an axle between those two sprockets and apply torque via a lever. Then the sprockets would force the jaws closed, and the whole back of that jaw would be supported by the four axle supports. That would be neat. I'm not sure how strong those two little pin latches will last.



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