This woodworker's vise includes a metal housing which fully encloses the screw, preventing sawdust and dirt from "gumming" the threads. Not only does this keep the threads clean, but it also...
Front jaw pivots 12 degrees to allow clamping of irregularly shaped objects and the entire front jaw can be "lifted" up and locked in place to serve as a full length dog. Jaw width is 4" x 7". Max. opening is 10". 29 lb. Complete with mounting instructions. Vise shown with optional magnetic maple jaw, sold separately.
- Front jaw pivots 10 degree to allow for clamping irregular shaped parts
- Front jaw moves up 9/16" to act as a full lenght dog
- Pivot jaw can be removed for wider clamping
- Metal housing fully encloses the screw
- Jaw width 4" x 7", magnetic maple jaw inserts sold separately
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Excellent Product - a Woodworker's Dream
I bought this for my husband's birthday and he just loves it - I don't believe there's anything better out there than this for woodworking needs.
Heavy duty vice
Attached this to the new workbench I made, and it is a big boy vice! Hard for one person to install, but once it is in place, it is good to go. I like it!
Wow, better than I expected!
I'm just past being a beginner. But I have been frustrated enough using vises not designed specifically for woodworking that I know heaven when I reach it.
I don't use this vise like most people. I use it for a gun vise. It works perfect for me. The pivoting jaw is a great help to clamp the barrel. I will recommend this vise to all my friends.
First Vise - wow!
I love this vise - the covered bottom is great - no saw dust in the works! This is my first vise, and it's far superior to the vise my dad had while I was growing up (which was red - ah, nostalgia).
Solid Woodworking Vise
This is my third Wilton vise, the first woodworking type. The quick release action works well, no release lever to deal with. The taper on the back of the fixed jaw makes the vise more difficult to flush mount into the skirt on a workbench.