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Model 1303-01

WoodRiver - Professional Miter Vise



Estimated Ship Date August 5, 2021 check in-store availability

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This professional miter vise is designed for picture framers, where accuracy and precision are critical. It clamps boards and molding up to 4" wide for nailing or gluing. Rotates 90 degrees and locks at any position between 0 degrees horizontal and 90 degrees vertical. Features a saw slot at the apex of the 45 degrees angle for final "in-position" trimming of a joint. Inside jaws and vise table are cast iron with steel vise screws and knurled aluminum cylinder handles.


  • Use for picture framing
  • Clamps boards and molding up to 4" wide
  • Rotates 90 degrees
  • Locks at position between 0 degree and 90 degree vertical
  • Inside jaws and vise table are cast iron with steel vise screw and knurled aluminum cylinder handles


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  1. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    framing vise

    To the person complaining about the low profile of the vise's grip, I have an original Stanley mitre vise, as well as what was called the "Stanley Cutting Machine" or mitre vise/mitre saw combination. They both have low profile grips. I acquired them second-hand, and I've had both items for 45 years. I have made thousands of frames with them. If you are complaining about the low profile, then you don't know how to use the tool.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Stunned by the weight and quality.

    Fantastic tool, perfect for the small picture frames that I make. Heavy weight and very good machining quality. Having owned a tool shop of my own I can really appreciate this unit. Wish it could have been made in America, but what is anymore.

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Works great !!

    I have made many frames with this. Purchased more to speed up frame making.

  4. 1.0 out of 5 stars
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    A disappointment

    I thought this would be a great help for working on damaged picture frames, but the vise griping edge is very small (less than 1/2") so it was essentially worthless. It really can't be used for picture frames at all, it may work for small flat boards, but that was not what I needed.

  5. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    More than I anticipated for the price

    I use this vice to make large picture frames

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