Mar 06 , 2019

Bench Vise Add-On That Costs Next to Nothing

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Keep This Simple Vise Add-On Handy

To clamp tapered or uneven thickness parts in my bench vise, I use a shop-made pivoting jaw. It’s just a small length of handrail glued to a 2×6. As you tighten the vise jaws on your workpiece, the jaw pivots to the taper of the workpiece.

Plus: Check out 14 super-simple workbenches you can build.

FH19MAY_594_08_060-1200 pivoting vise jaws

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