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  1. Pat Meeuwissen

    vise leather

    Good morning guys, over the weekend I added some suede to the inside of my woodworking vise using Scotch 77 super glue which doesn't hold well enough for my liking. Couple questions, I bought some heavier leather now and am wondering what to attach it with? I've read two sided tape Titebond glue, as well as some Titebond hide glue. Can anyone share their personal experiences? Second question is it any better to put leather on both sides of the vise? Thanks Pat
  2. I originally posted this on Vectric's forum, but as it makes sense to post under this topic I'm sharing it here again. Sometimes a part that needs a little CNC work done on it is too small for any conventional bed clamp to hold down. I have used my drill press table vise on occasion, but it is rather tall. More useful on my CNC shark which has better Z clearance than my Probotix Meteor. Most wood vise parts are 1/2" BB plywood and cut out on my CNC. One small part on the bottom was a thinner piece of scrap plywood. I spaced the holes out so the vise would slide into 2 tracks of my CNC bed. Discovered by accident that the hole spacing also works in the solid t-track bed of my CNC Shark. Apologies for the B&W images. Accidently had the wrong setting set in my photo software. The 3/8" x 16 threaded rod pushes against a 5/16" vertical aluminum post embedded int the front vise jaw. Keeps the jaw from spitting. No handle designed for it yet. I turn two nuts jammed together on the end with a box end wrench. 4D
  3. Joeb41

    Zyliss Vice

    A local CL ad has a Zyliss aluminum vice made in Switzerland complete and in excellent condition for $110.00. I have no idea what it would normally sell for. It looks like it would be useful for my gunsmithing hobby. Any opinions much appreciated.
  4. Gerald

    Bench PIP

    This bench was the culmination of 2 years of search and design combination. The design came from several places among them Shopnotes, Wood and the internet. It took me almost 2 years to find a sawmill with the white oak to do the build. Meanwhile I was accumulating the hardware. The front vise and tail vise came fron Lee Valley. Also bed bolts to connect the frame to ends. The front jaw on the front vise was a glue up of 4 pieces of maple salvaged from a bench in a retail store. This is the leg blanks cut to size and awaiting glue up. This is not the glue up of the legs, but the setup to be glued. I used waxed inserts to hold the slot size placement when doing the glueup. above are the legs ready for cross braces. to the right are the legs dry fitted. Cross braces are rabbited to fit mortise and protrude from the frame to allow chamfering the ends. This is a close up of the bed bolts in action for the top rail. The frame with lower shelf of plywood dropped into a rabbit in the lower frame. This is the glueup for the lower frame. Now time to begin the top with 3 layers of MDF glued and screwed together with careful placement of screws so as not to interfere with dog holes. Banded with white oak and enought space at the top for a layer of masonite so top can be changed if ever needed. Then work on the bottom with ends. The completed bench . Now time for drawers. Drawers have dividers and more enhancements added since the photos were done. The finish is from Mickley on Wood Finishing Forum(glad I printed out lots from the old days) . I will have to look that up in the shop and post later, but the glue easily pops off the finish.
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    Delta Milwaukee Catalog 1026 Drill Press Vise Decal Image (1941-54)
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    Delta Mfg. Co. Catalog 1026 Drill Press Vise Decal Image (1940-41)
  7. View File Catalog 1026 Delta Mfg. Drill Press Vise Decal (1940-41) Delta Mfg. Co. Catalog 1026 Drill Press Vise Decal Image (1940-41) Submitter Larry Buskirk Submitted 11/25/2015 Category Delta Mfg. Co.
  8. View File Catalog 1026 Delta Milwaukee Drill Press Vise Decal Delta Milwaukee Catalog 1026 Drill Press Vise Decal Image (1941-54) Submitter Larry Buskirk Submitted 11/25/2015 Category Delta Milwaukee
  9. That I picked up at the tractor fest. A bright red Craftsman 7" wood worker's vise. But, about the only spot on my bench would have been the end of the bench. Grabbed the vise, and a pencil, juggled things around until I had marked a spot out for it. The "End cap" on my bench is just a 2 x4. Needed to notch it in such a way, that i could add two lag screws. needed it to be lower than the bench's top, too. Finally, juggled a bit more, and marked a spot. It sat between the bolts for the bench's legs. Had to miss them. Sabresaw to do the vertical cuts......horizontals weren't working. Got out the circular saw...one pass and done. Big chisel to finish the notch. Had to notch a bit into a leg, though. This is seen from below. More about that pine stuff in a bit. had a Hammerhead driver set up Got some big screws, and got the vise installed... But, I wasn't quite done with this thing. needed some "jaws" made. had some 1x4 pine. Cut it to length, saved the cut-off. More juggling with a pencil. Needed to mark a mortise of sorts. needed the top of the pine to be just a hair higher than the bench's top. Needed to remove enough wood to cover the metal part screwed to my bench. Once a few lines were marked out, time for a BIG clamp, and a chisel or two And start to chop away what didn't need to be there. At one point, the chisel hopped up and bit my hand! Not a slice, just a bounce off. made a mess. that Aldi chisel is quite sharp!.. This was more like a mortise for a hinge. About 1/2" deep, little over 3" front to back, and 7" wide....Whew. Took a break, to get a bandaid, and a fan.....hot down there. Got pretty close, and pared to the lines.. Something like this. Laid out for some countersunk screw holes, and drilled them. Including the pilot holes. Slapped the pine face into place, Hammerhead to drive more screws About like this. The extra was just sitting there. Then I closed the vise up,set the moving face into it's spot, and added more screws. Ran the vise in and out a few times.....needed oil on the metal parts that move. Closed it back up Grabbed a jack plane, and planed everything flush with the bench's top. Block plane to add a champfer arounf a few edges. and a coat of BLO to the outside. Opened it back up, to check for any droop I think this $10 vise is finally installed. Lots of cussing, and a cut hand. had to go to the store to get a couple lag screws and washers....put them in place tomorrow, I am tuckered out. BTW: that Aldi's chisel? It was part of a 4 pc set @ $7. The one I was using? was about 7/8" wide, and so is the cut on my hand. I sharpened it went I got them, haven't had to since.
  10. It has been some time back when I was out picking that I ran across this wooden clamps. They were not all found at the same place but all came out of old woodworking shops. They just looked to cool to leave and it nothing else will make nice wall art in the shop. I havne found any real markings or names on any of them so I know no real history to them. These are about 50" long and in full working order. The loose end will just slide up and down the wooden bar but lock in when pressure is applied. The adjustment end is all free and will screw in and out. I then ran across this neat wooden bar clamp. The adjustment handle is on the end and the hardware mounted inside. It has been cracked so you can see the workings. There are notches in the bottom and as you move the loose end it will lock into the notches so you can tighten the clamp. It has a spring spring clip to hold it tight against the bar. The other piece is a homemade bench vise I believe. The gear on the end is wired on so they could use the inside threads for the adjustments. The outer gear has no other function. You could mount this under a table and with stop dogs tighten a piece down. It has a bar that moves in and out as you tighten. I guess you could put a piece in that part and used it but you would be limited to the size you could hold. Anyway they were just nice old pieces that needed to be saved and not put into the burn pile. So I'll just display them in the shop with a few other tools that have called my name. Hopefully I'll be bak out Patriot Picking again real soon. Till Then.... Happy Patriot Picking
  11. steven newman

    Barn sale find

    One of my favourite terms when looking through the yard sale ads.....BARN SALE! Ranks right up there with FREE Was striking out at a bunch of yard sales today...then found a Barn Sale. Spent a whopping $6 on just five items... Chisel needs a new handle. Not sure about the "handle" that wide bladed thing has a double bevel . Bowl gouge might need a bit of work. The price tag on that biggie thing say $5 A Mr. Arthur J. D'Leary & Sons of Chicago, ILL , USA Vise. I checked the screw on it....shines like new! Vise operates smoothly, almost like it just came of the store's shelf. These blew my allowance for the weekend. To bad, I could have spent a $100 in that barn.... Bottom end. Not too bad a morning, after all?
  12. Mark Wisecarver

    New Wilton vise, for the road!

    This is awesome! Probably the best portable vise I've seen.

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