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In a workshop, it is absolutely necessary to hold a job strongly for the purpose of carrying out the various operations like filing, drilling, chipping or milling, etc. The mechanical device used for holding jobs is called vice. Also, it can be said that a workshop is incomplete without a vice. The complete construction of this vice is made of cast iron. Both its jaws are made of tool steel. The spindle handle is made of mild steel. This vice is most widely used in a workshop.
"This portable table or workshop vise is larger and heavier than most portable vises. Probably from the 1930s or thereabouts, this was made by the Grand Tool Company and is their 3\" vise model # 41-V-104. This clamp is in good working condition and has only minimal superficial surface rust and a few stray drips of paint. The jaws open and close easily and smoothly, and the fastening screw also turns smoothly and easily. The jaws are 3\" wide and the facing facets are crosshatched for grip. When
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"Blacksmith Post Vise Leg Cast Iron Vintage Tool Anvil Amish Forge Blacksmith bj, Blacksmith Tools, Post Vise Bring your ideas to life using this Blacksmith post vise! This Amish Anvil measures approximately 14.5\" side to side, 5\" front to back, and 14.5\" top to bottom, and when jaws are open, there is an approximate 3.25\" gap. This vintage tool is covered in rust and does have a piece that has broken off on the hinge end, see the photos. Vise squeaks a bit when opening, but does open freely