Bench Vise

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A bench vise is a mechanical device designed for securely clamping objects to a workbench or similar surface. It typically consists of two jaws—one fixed and the other movable—operated by a threaded spindle. The jaws can be tightened or released to hold an object firmly in place, providing stability and support for various tasks such as woodworking, metalworking, or other manual work. Bench vises are essential tools in workshops and are commonly used for tasks that require precision and a stable work holding solution.

Size 3”

1. Cast iron body                                                       
2. Jaw material: Carbon steel #45
3. Max opening: 75mm
4. Clamp force: ≥ 8.25KN
5. Weight: 5KG
6. Base swivels 360°
7. Packed by master box

Size 4”

1. Cast iron body
2. Jaw material: Carbon steel #45
3. Max opening: 100mm
4. Clamp force: ≥ 11KN
5. Weight: 7KG
6. Base swivels 360°
7. Packed by master box

Size 6”

1. Cast iron body
2. Jaw material: Carbon steel #45
3. Max opening: 150mm
4. Clamp force: ≥ 16.5KN
5. Weight: 17KG
6. Base swivels 360°
7. Packed by master box

Size 8”

1. Cast iron body
2. Jaw material: Carbon steel #45
3. Max opening: 205mm
4. Clamp force: ≥ 32KN
5. Weight: 25KG
6. Base swivels 360°
7. Packed by master box



  1. Woodworking: Holding and securing pieces of wood for sawing, chiseling, planning, or carving. The vise provides stability and ensures accurate and controlled cuts.
  2. Metalworking: Clamping metal pieces for cutting, filing, grinding, welding, or other fabrication tasks. The vise allows for precise manipulation and shaping of metal components.
  3. Assembly and Repairs: Holding parts or components in place during assembly or repair work. This is particularly useful for tasks that require both hands, allowing the worker to focus on specific actions without worrying about holding the workpiece.
  4. Machining: Supporting materials during machining operations such as drilling, milling, or tapping. The vise helps to secure the workpiece in a fixed position, preventing movement or vibration during precision machining processes.
  5. Plumbing Work: Holding pipes or fittings securely for cutting, threading, or soldering. The vise ensures a stable platform for plumbing tasks, facilitating accurate and safe work.
  6. Jewelry Making: Clamping small and delicate jewelry pieces for intricate and detailed work, such as soldering, polishing, or engraving.
  7. Electronic Repairs: Securing electronic components or circuit boards for soldering, de soldering, or other delicate repair tasks where stability is crucial.
  8. Model Making: Holding miniature components or models in place during construction, painting, or detailing.
  9. Leatherworking: Clamping leather pieces for cutting, stitching, or tooling. The vise provides a stable platform for precision in leatherworking tasks.
  10. General Work holding: Supporting various materials for tasks like gluing, sanding, or finishing. The bench vise is a fundamental tool for holding workpieces securely during a wide range of manual tasks.
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Safety measures and precautions

  1. Read the Manual:
    • Familiarize yourself with the manufacturer’s instructions and guidelines provided in the manual for the specific bench vise you are using.
  2. Inspect the Vise:
    • Regularly inspect the vise for any signs of damage, wear, or malfunction. Ensure that the jaws, spindle, and other components are in good condition before use.
  3. Secure Mounting:
    • Mount the bench vise securely to a stable workbench or surface using proper bolts and fasteners. The vise should be rigidly attached to prevent movement during use.
  4. Proper Positioning:
    • Place the workpiece securely within the vise jaws, ensuring that it is properly aligned and centered. Avoid overloading the vise with a workpiece that exceeds its recommended capacity.
  5. Use Protective Gear:
    • Wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) such as safety glasses to protect your eyes from potential flying debris, especially during tasks like cutting or grinding.
  6. Correct Operation:
    • Operate the vise according to its intended use. Avoid using excessive force, and do not overtighten the jaws, as this can strain the vise and may lead to failure.
  7. Mind Your Hands:
    • Keep your hands and fingers away from the moving parts of the vise, especially when tightening or releasing the jaws. Use a handle or a wrench for leverage instead of your hands.
  8. Stability and Balance:
    • Ensure that the workbench is stable and balanced. If the bench wobbles or is not level, it can affect the stability of the vise and increase the risk of accidents.
  9. Tool Selection:
    • Use the appropriate tools for the task at hand. Ensure that cutting tools, drills, or other implements are in good condition and suitable for the material being worked on.
  10. Unplug Power Tools:
    • If using power tools in conjunction with the vise, make sure they are unplugged or turned off when adjusting or securing the workpiece in the vise.
  11. Emergency Preparedness:
    • Know the location of emergency equipment such as fire extinguishers and first aid kits. Have a clear path to exit the work area in case of an emergency.



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