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Moxon Vise Hardware Kit

$109.99

The double screw vise has been around for centuries. Commonly referred to as a “Moxon Vise,” it is named after Joseph Moxon, who described the double screw vise in his book titled Mechanick Exercises. The WoodRiver® Moxon Vise Hardware Kit is a great way to make one of these extremely...

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The double screw vise has been around for centuries. Commonly referred to as a “Moxon Vise,” it is named after Joseph Moxon, who described the double screw vise in his book titled Mechanick Exercises. The WoodRiver® Moxon Vise Hardware Kit is a great way to make one of these extremely useful vises. Often the height of a workbench may be too low for comfort, depending on the task. Building your own Moxon Vise is the perfect way to save your back while elevating your work and hand tool skills. Great for cutting dovetails or mortise and tenon joinery. All you need is some 8/4 hardwood for the jaws to go along with this hardware kit. Make it any size to best suit your needs. General instructions are included with one vise design, but there are many possibilities.

Features:

  • Hardware kit for making your own custom Moxon Vise
  • Create a bench-top auxiliary vise designed to bring your workpiece to a comfortable height
  • Great for cutting dovetails or mortise and tenon joinery
  • Acme threaded screws allow for rapid opening and closing of the vise

What's Included:

  • (2) 5" hand wheels
  • (2) 3/4" x 8" Acme threaded screws
  • (4) Acme threaded nuts
  • (4) Washers
  • (1) Instructions

Notes:

  • Hardware Kit only. Hardwood jaw blanks are not included.

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    Looks good, But?

    This unit looks really good. I started cutting holes, got all holes cut. But, when I went to install the 3/4:" treaded rod, It would not go in. My holes where cut exactly to .750". However, the treaded Rod is .760". The rod will not go thru the hole. Now, I have to figure out how to enlarge the hole. Lesson learned, Measure "Everything". Don't assume. It is disappointing to have put in a lot of measuring, and time and not have it go together.

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