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Jergensen woodworking vises

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I am working on a project for school. I am a drafting student and we are drawing a vise for a project. The problem is it is broken in one spot and I don't know what it looked like originally. I've searched all over the internet and I can't find a picture of the part of the vise I need. If anyone owns this vise and could take some pictures of it from all sides and post them on this thread or e-mail them to me I would really appreciate it. The vise is a Jorgensen quick release woodworker's vise. Thanks for any help you can give me.
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redeth20, W e l c o m e . . A b o a r d !!
Hi Red

I don't have one any more ,but maybe the pictures below will help,
The quick release part is under the main part,in the center, it's a dog the hangs down about 1/4" to 3/8" and a slot in the screw is the key to the vise, they break all the time and that's why I don't have one any more :)

Note if no ones comes up with a real picture you can go to Rockler or WoodCraft and take a picture of one. :)

Bj :)


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If BJ's pictures aren't enough, let me know. I have one on my bench and wil be happy to provide some additional shots.

Welcome to the Forum.
Thanks for the replies everyone. The part that is broken is the jaw that is stationary. I really need pictures of the bottom of the stationary jaw. If you could post some pics of that part Bob N. I would be thrilled.
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