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celso ari schlichting11/10/2019 20:26:17
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Here's a video of the vise I made for the milling machine:

[youtube] https://youtu.be/--2ET20n344
 
strong hug
Celso Ari
 

Edited By celso ari schlichting on 11/10/2019 20:29:07

Thor 🇳🇴12/10/2019 06:17:10
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Nice work on the vise, must find time to make something similar for my small milling machine.

Thor

SillyOldDuffer12/10/2019 09:54:17
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Good work again from Celso Ari. I'm always quietly impressed by his work.

Loads of good stuff is posted on the forum and then only admired silently. I hope this apparent lack of interest doesn't put anyone off. It's the audience, the British are famously undemonstrative!

Keep it coming.

Thanks,

Dave

Howard Lewis12/10/2019 12:51:37
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NEAT!

You have used two pieces, with a moving jaw, where my "Infinite Vice" is in three parts.

Now you have made me another job on the Round Tuit; to mill a rebate inn the fixed and moving jaws, like yours, to reduce the need for parallels under the workpiece.

Did you dowel or key the jaws to the Tee slots?. Neater than the side cheeks on the jaws of mine for location! 

Howard

Edited By Howard Lewis on 12/10/2019 12:52:46

celso ari schlichting12/10/2019 13:08:07
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Posted by Thor on 12/10/2019 06:17:10:

Nice work on the vise, must find time to make something similar for my small milling machine.

Thor

It is very versatile and works very well. Thanks for the comment. there are other mechanical projects on my YouTube page
Greetngs from Brazil
Celso Ari
celso ari schlichting12/10/2019 13:10:46
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Posted by SillyOldDuffer on 12/10/2019 09:54:17:

Good work again from Celso Ari. I'm always quietly impressed by his work.

Loads of good stuff is posted on the forum and then only admired silently. I hope this apparent lack of interest doesn't put anyone off. It's the audience, the British are famously undemonstrative!

Keep it coming.

Thanks,

Dave

Thanks friend Dave, your words are an incentive for me.
greetings from Brazil

Celso Ari

celso ari schlichting12/10/2019 13:17:55
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Posted by Howard Lewis on 12/10/2019 12:51:37:

NEAT!

You have used two pieces, with a moving jaw, where my "Infinite Vice" is in three parts.

Now you have made me another job on the Round Tuit; to mill a rebate inn the fixed and moving jaws, like yours, to reduce the need for parallels under the workpiece.

Did you dowel or key the jaws to the Tee slots?. Neater than the side cheeks on the jaws of mine for location!

Howard

Edited By Howard Lewis on 12/10/2019 12:52:46

Howard, I couldn't understand the question. can you do it again? My english is not good, we speak portuguese here in my country (translation problems he he)

greetings from Brazil

Celso Ari

Howard Lewis12/10/2019 13:42:40
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Hi!

Your English is much better than my inability to speak Portugese!

How are jaws aligned to the table?

Are there keys to locate the jaw to the Tee slot?

Or do you have dowels under the jaws to locate inn then Tee slots?

Regards

Howard

Mark Eisen08/03/2020 06:26:23
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Most impressive Celso, will have to make one when I get back in to the shed.yes

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