|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||TLCOMBOANVIL|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Size||Bench Pin & Anvil|
|Item Package Quantity||2|
|Number Of Pieces||2|
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Bench Pin and Anvil
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- Ideal for the jeweler's workbench
- Wooden pin and anvil
- Can clamp onto any bench up to 2 inches thick
- Offers the combination of a milled, smooth anvil with replaceable wooden pin
- Comes with 1 anvil and 1 pin
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Our bench pin and anvil clamps onto any bench up to 2" thick and offers the combination of a milled, smooth anvil with replaceable wooden pin.
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PS do not buy the "recommended" pin with the V in it on this page. It's the wrong size and they won't allow you to return it at all haha this entire purchase was a dud.
****Note- it's supposed to arrive greasy. The oil prevents rust during storage & shipping.****
I really need to make a tracing of the bench pin before it gets too beat up. That way, I can easily make a replacement for it when the time comes to replace it.
Some reviews mentioned that there was paint on top of the anvil? Mine had no paint and the top was ground flat. It was covered by a film of grease (thank you) and folks, that is a GOOD THING! A little elbow grease and the extra was removed. I like to keep a thin film of lube on the top so it doesn't rust.
The clamp holds firmly and my bench is about 1 1/4" thick. A quick measurement shows that with the bench pin held in place as well as the anvil, you may be hard pressed to use the clamp on a 2" thick bench. As always YRMV
It seems sturdy enough, I used the anvil as a base to steady my Rathburn ring sizer (see review on that) on a quick ring stretch job and it held up quite well. Will it hold up to forge horse shoes? Most likely not... Remember, it is for jewelry - human jewelry anyway.