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    Thanks Tuomas! We've added your Vise to our Vises category,
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    Congratulations Tuomas - your Multipurpose Vise is the Homemade Tool of the Week!

    Another big week around here with many excellent builds, but this is a very impressive vise.

    Some more good builds from this week:

    Dremel EZ Lock Sanding Disc by mklotz
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    Tuomas - you'll be receiving a $25 online gift card, in your choice of Amazon, PayPal, or bitcoin. Please PM me your current email address and gift card choice and I'll get it sent over right away.

    This is your 11th Homemade Tool of the Week win. Here are all of your Homemade Tool of the Week winning tools. Congrats again



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    Thank you very much Jon, and the ones that voted by clicking thanks button.

    This build will be continued.
    At the next week or after that.

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    Made a mount for the vise.
    Material is 10 x 50mm steel.

    New kind of metal vise.-img_20191119_122921_784.jpg

    It connects to vise with four M8 bolts.

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    I have couple ideas for motorising the jack.
    Allthougt, i don't want to build whirlygig around it.

    Here is the idea about the first version.
    https://www.instagram.com/p/B5FVToMg...d=wupu865ic2x9

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    Unless some modifications were made to the jack you are going to have problems with it operating, to use a jack on its side the pump has to be on the bottom, or the bottle has to be over filled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans Pearson View Post
    Unless some modifications were made to the jack you are going to have problems with it operating, to use a jack on its side the pump has to be on the bottom, or the bottle has to be over filled.
    I use this same way that i have used earlier.


    This time extra container is integrated to the jack...
    ( Sounds weird, but that's what i planned)

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    That would work.

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    Extra container for the jack.
    Now it works better on sideways.

    Material is 1,5mm stainless steel.
    New kind of metal vise.-fb_img_1574774336202.jpg

    New kind of metal vise.-fb_img_1574774344412.jpg

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    Short clip about testing with modified hydraulic jack..



    Jack is still unfastened, that makes using little tricky. Also handle is too short, and with little too small diameter...
    But it works like expected. Now i can go forward...

    Extra container is weld to the original container trough the hole, where i later placed the cap fitting.
    This gives little extra room for welding. Cap fitting was weld on its place after containers we're densely weld together.

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