Bench vises are typically constructed using one of two methods: casting or forging. The most frequent and cost-effective manufacturing method is casting. It entails pouring hot metal liquid into moulds.
When utilising a Drilling Machine or Milling Machine, Machine Vices are utilised to hold work firmly in place. They can be clamped or bolted firmly to the machine's bed, or held down by hand for smaller jobs.
Clamped workpieces can be rotated 90 degrees or more without having to remove them from the jaws.
Its mobility allows it to carry larger workpieces that would be difficult to handle on a fixed platform.
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The length of the screw (which holds the jaws together) determines how far the sliding jaw can open from the stationary jaw. The longer the screw, the further the sliding jaw can open from the stationary jaw. The maximum capacity of the jaws is indicated by the opening, indicating that the vice will not be able to clamp an object broader than this.