Bench vise

Enhance your workshop with a versatile bench vise. Explore our top ideas for choosing the perfect bench vise to improve your woodworking and metalworking projects.
DAYDOOR Bench Vise 4-1/2" Vice for Workbench Heavy Duty Cast Iron Construction, Built-in Pipe Jaw, 270-Degree Swivel Locking Base Table Vise for Woodworking, Home Workshop and DIY Jobs Diy, Woodworking, Workshop, Bench Clamp, Bench Vise, Woodworking Table, Workshop Equipment, Workbench, Heavy Duty

Technical Specs: Jaw width: 4-1/2"(114.3mm), max jaw opening: 4-5/16''(109mm), throat depth: 2-5/16"(59mm). Clamping Force: 4630lbs(2100kg). Heavy Duty Cast Iron Bench Vise: The DAYDOOR drill press vise is manufactured from sturdy cast steel featuring replaceable hardened steel vise jaws, threaded spindle assembly and a lockdown. The vise can withstand a tough environment, the large avil and durable handle are corrosion resistant. Multifunctional Vise with Built in Pipe Jaws: The built in…

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6" Bench Vise Table Top Clamp Press Locking Swivel Base Heavy-Duty for Crafting Painting S 6" Bench Vise Table Top Clamp Press Locking Swivel Base Heavy-Duty for Crafting Painting S Bench Vise, Metal Working, Iron Bench, Heavy Duty, Ductile Iron, Cast Iron Bench, Bench Vice, Workshop Bench, Steel Material

Heavy duty vise jaws width - 6 inch, jaws opening - 6 inch Gear type locking system with double lock down bolts 360 Degree double locking swivel base allow you to get the angle on your workpiece For clamping fixing equipment home or industrial 1 Pcs 6 inch heavy duty bench vise blue

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Think of a bench vise as a tool that's as essential to your success as a hand plane, router, or tablesaw. Although clamps might substitute in some situations, they tend to get in the way, and a vise gives you freedom to do almost any type of work. Woodworking vises differ from metalworking vises in that they attach to the bottom of the bench surface or are built into it, with (typically wood) jaws flush with the benchtop. Metalworking vises usually mount to the top of a bench.

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