How to Mount a Workbench Vise

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Learn how to attach a 12-in. Quick-Release End Vise to a workbench. This heavy-duty, easy-to-install steel vise will be the workhorse of your custom workbench! Machined pivoting nut engages or releases with a 1/4 turn of the 1″ dia. main screw so you can easily re-position your workpiece. Extra-wide 12″ O.C. guide rods provide maximum resistance to racking, while extra-wide 17-1/2″ handle plate delivers maximum stability to handle any project.

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Borys Voronkov says:

This time I will use woodprix instructions to make it.

Heru- deshet says:

What a gorgeous piece of hardware!

William Brown says:

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ward459 says:

At 6:50 in the video you tighten the vise, causing the quick release to rotate and catch so the tightening can work. When I do this, the QR doesn't rotate and catch, but if I nudge it with my hand it catches and works fine. A 1/4 counter-clockwise turn releases the vise perfectly. I took video of the disassembly and paid close attention to the QR orientation, so I know I have it installed correctly. Any ideas of what is going on? Will it likely work when the top is flipped (i.e. will gravity help the QR rotate and catch? Thanks.

Silver surfer says:

Hi guys, does anyone know where I can buy this clamp or something similar? Thanks.

Gary Kirkland says:

Thank you very much for this plan! I have quite recently finished my storage shed and it's terrific! Very nice looking and firm. This is obviously better than most different ones I've seen around.

Stuart Reid says:

I thought the vise assembly went under the workbench.

Robert Melrose says:

“Go ahead"


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