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Homemade Small Vise Adaptation


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whisperfan on chaski.org
DESCRIPTION:
Homemade adaptation of a small vise, consisting of mounting it to a section of mild steel, thereby enabling its use in a full-size vise. Permits small workpieces to be secured during machining operations.
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Aug 27, 2013 9:39 AM
daveward
I see the ingenuity in this idea...am I correct in assuming it is required because the larger vise jaws are not able to grip small parts effectively?  If so, why is that?  Just curious.
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DIY Small Vise Adaptation - comment on how to build a Small Vise Adaptation - 1 comments
daveward says:
Aug 27, 2013 9:39 AM
I see the ingenuity in this idea...am I correct in assuming it is required because the larger vise jaws are not able to grip small parts effectively?  If so, why is that?  Just curious.

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