Published at Sunday, August 05th 2018, 18:29:21 PM by Teri Olsen. Bench Vises. There are two basic types of bench vise: the "front vise" and the "end vise". A front vise is most often stationed at the left corner of the long edge of the work bench. A front vise is great for holding a drawer side upright while you cut the tails of a dovetail joint, or holding a board edge-up horizontally for hand planing, or for any number of other tasks that require a solid hold on the workpiece and for both of you hands to be free.
Published at Sunday, August 05th 2018, 20:04:08 PM by Joy Sweet. Bench Vises. By purchasing a quality milling machine vise, you can be sure you are getting the right clamp you need for your project. Machine vises, which do not offer precision adjustments, are often bad for delicate work, as you could unknowingly cut into the wood while clamping it to ensure a seal. With precision vises, you will get the perfect clamp without cutting into the wood.
Published at Sunday, August 05th 2018, 22:07:49 PM by Teresa Sharpe. Bench Vises. Spin the finished fly and check again to make sure all your materials are firmly in place and that the fly's proportions are right. Spinning the fly quickly while it is held by the vise jaws will reveal any errors in size inconsistency, your tying, or any gaps that you left in the material. Depending on the size of the hook, you will need to readjust the jaws for your next project.