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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-15-2017, 02:37 PM Thread Starter
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Here is my vice. It is modeled after Jay Bates design. https://jayscustomcreations.com/2015...orkbench-vise/

This one is removable so it doesn't take up walk-around-the-table space. The pads on the sliding end of the pipe clamp register on the inside of the Paulk table. The center pad swivels up to keep the vice from falling out when loosening the clamp. The oval on the vice is the waist from the cutouts along the sides of the bench. I made this from pieces of scrap & reclaimed, that's why the oak is finished on one side. If I did it again I'd make the two jaw pieces come up flush with the table.
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Nice job Everend. Thanks for posting . I added it to my favourites for my future work station build

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You could still screw a strip to the edge of the bench and one to the top of the vise to get it flush.
I like the way you did that, very unique way to build a vise. good job.
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You could still screw a strip to the edge of the bench and one to the top of the vise to get it flush.
I like the way you did that, very unique way to build a vise. good job.
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Well of course. Good idea!
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Thanks for sharing Everend.

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