This vise is a device that expands the arsenal of any master and not only a carver. The vice is installed on a workbench or other work surface, thereby raising the workpiece to a comfortable height for working with a cutting tool. They are attached to the working surface with clamps or jacks (not included). Solid beech vise. Hornbeam screws. Covered in oil.
The design of the vice is made using classic joinery joints, which provides them with high strength and stability. The considerable thickness of the upper shield and the height of the vice itself allows the use of jacks or clamps as clamps.
12 holes are drilled in the tabletop and 4 in the front jaw of the vise for the tuning pegs. This is done for the convenience of fixing flat blanks of various irregular shapes. Pegs are installed in these holes, which serve as stops for the workpiece. The vise clamping jaw with two screws firmly fixes the workpiece.
It is recommended to periodically lubricate the screws with wax for smooth running.
Overall dimensions: 480x490x130. The thickness of the jaws is 45mm. Tabletop thickness 43mm.
Maximum width of the workpiece to be clamped (distance between screws) 380mm.
Maximum workpiece thickness (screw travel) - 30mm.
We reserve the right to make minor design changes to improve vise performance.
The vice was developed by Sergey Aleksandrovich Klein.
Production of the PETROGRAD factory, Russia