Published at Saturday, August 04th 2018, 21:38:45 PM by Marjorie Salazar. Bench Vises. In addition, when shopping around for a machine vice, you will note that there are many manufacturers, which offer different pounds of pressure and precision control. Deciding how much compression power you need beforehand can help you pick the perfect vise.
Published at Friday, August 03rd 2018, 20:26:24 PM. Bench Vises By Twila Lindsey. Quality and well-designed machine vises are able to provide needed solutions for general engineering firms, small production and prototyping projects, tool and molding production, large manufacturing, fabrication plants, and many other industries. This field has had many new innovations in recent years, making the technology better and better.
Published at Friday, August 03rd 2018, 18:17:41 PM. Bench Vises By Teresa Sharpe. The screw diameter and the diameter to the alignment rods make the most difference when it comes to keeping the vise's jaws parallel with one another when you tighten it down. A 7/8'' diameter screw and equally husky rods offer enough rigidity to keep the jaws from flexing outward at the top under any normal working condition. Also, it's important to note that most quality vises use a "toe in" design, meaning that the outer jaw tilts inward slightly to account for outward flexing and to apply the greatest pressure at the top of the jaws where it is most needed.
Published at Friday, August 03rd 2018, 16:02:01 PM. Bench Vises By Roseann Cash. Usually, the width of the jaws is used to describe the vise. So, if a vise is advertized as a "7 inch vise," that means that it has 7 inch wide jaws. You'll also almost always find the maximum opening capacity of the vise and the screw diameter also listed in the specifications. Look for a vise that opens wide enough to accommodate the thickest piece of stock you can imagine yourself working on, and remember that you will need to subtract the thickness of the of the wooden pads that you'll be installing on the jaw faces. A 9'' capacity vise with 3/4'' thick pads will give you 7- 1/2'' to work with, which is plenty in most situations. But the odd occasion does arise when more would come in handy. A 13'' opening capacity vise should have you covered for just about anything you run into.
Published at Friday, August 03rd 2018, 14:13:00 PM. Bench Vises By Gracie Mcfarland. However, if you are a machinist, then look no further than a precision vise. It will allow you to mill your workpiece, as well as move it along multiple axis'. You will also be able to keep track of how far you move your workpiece with built-in indicators that can be found on some higher quality vises. However, calipers tend to do that job just as well.
Published at Friday, August 03rd 2018, 12:34:52 PM. Bench Vises By Angeline Fernandez. Depending on your applications there are many different machine vices that can make your task seem effortless and the precision quality top notch. Choosing the right method for your project will depend on a number of different factors. Different machine vices provide different degrees of applied force, clamping styles, types of clamping jaws, and the degrees of force. Couple these factors together to decide what the best combination to hold your project materials in place. Determining these factors beforehand can help you decide which direction to take when purchasing your new machine vise.
Published at Friday, August 03rd 2018, 10:52:22 AM. Bench Vises By Jerry Tran. A standard one will not allow for precision movements; its' only purpose will probably be to steadily secure your workpiece in place while you work on it. For this reason, standard vises are not used for machining applications where precision is extremely important.
Published at Friday, August 03rd 2018, 08:37:45 AM. Bench Vises By Margaret Langley. One very important thing when considering any vise is the material it is made from. Since vises are supposed to handle a wide variety of jobs, it needs to be well constructed and durable. The best material is a good cast iron, or even steel. This way, your vise won't vibrate or rock as you work with it.