homemade vise hardware
as requested im giving some more information about the homemades vises i made. it's actually quite simple and cheap to make if you can weld, and better yet have a metal bandsaw. they are all based on threaded metric rods, they are cheap but th...
Gallery of Latane Works
Thomas and Catherine Latane have been creating original metalwork in their Pepin, Wisconsin workshop for over 25 years. Tom Latane forges functional ironwork by hand in traditional Gothic, Renaissance, Scandinavian and Early American styles. Catherine Latane makes tin cookie cutters shaped by hand into a wide variety of shapes.
An anvil /vise combo tool. For the apartment dwellers hobby work bench it is a good tool, does everything he needs. But it is definately not a heavy duty blacksmithing tool. Adjustment is a 1/2 rod that goes through the anvil base just at the left foot, and through the vise rail. The vise screw t...
I restored a 59 year old Wilton Bullet vise. The yellow submarine!
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The Traditional Tail Vise - Followup
and I got some requests for details. "You mentioned that your mechanism is wood." I need to clarify this. The vise is wood - it runs in a wooden track.
Chas Parker #79 6-1/4 Wide Custom Jaws with Custom Welded Stand
FAST & FREE SHIPPING on handcrafted replacement vise jaws, Parker Collars and Swivel Clamps! Hard to find parts for Starrett, Parker, Reed, Prentiss, Yost and more. Made in USA
Pattern Maker's Vise
These versatile vises were the center of a pattern maker's shop or a gunsmith’s shop for more than a hundred years. Main jaws pivot up to 5 degrees for clamping tapered work, and included auxiliary jaw pivots up to 30 degrees. Jaws are 13-3/4" wide x 5" deep, maximum opening 12".