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- Item model number: 3900-0177
- Average Customer Review: 17 customer reviews
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HHIP 3900-0177 Drill Press Vise, 3" Width x.75" Depth Jaw, 3" Jaw Opening (Pack of 1)
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- Four slots for easy clamping to tables
- Body and slide made of selected cast iron
- Guiding groove controls the parallel movement and rigidity of moveable jaw
- Replaceable steel jaws
- Handle adjusts to any angle
|Number of Items||1|
|Item Volume||1573.1515469323544 milliliters|
|Item Weight||3.968 pounds|
|Size||3" Jaw Width|
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HHIP drill press vise. Four slots for easy clamping to tables. Body and slide made of selected cast iron. Guiding groove controls the parallel movement and rigidity of moveable jaw. Replaceable steel jaws. Handle adjusts to any angle. Jaw measures 3-inches width by 1-inches depth, 3-inches jaw opening.
Size: 3" Jaw Width
Top Customer Reviews
I would say that it is pretty decent for the price.
Basically this is a really heavy, low profile vise: clamp something in it, position the whole thing under the bit and drill your hole...all while the weight of the vise holds things steady and straight and keeps your fingers away from the bit and chuck.
Out of the box the vise opened and closed super smooth and easy. There were lots of gummy, uncured globs of paint all over the vice: I think they paint the whole thing and then scrape off the semi-cured paint from the exposed metal areas shown in the photo. I just brushed them off with my hands and everything was fine.
The vise had a huge number '3' cast into its frame, meaning the jaws spread 3 inches. If I was drilling anything larger it'd probably be heavy enough to not need a vice, or I could just use c-clamps. This is great for most of my more unusual drilling needs: watch parts, telescope and microscope parts, assorted knobs and doodads. Any little thing that would get my fingers too close to the chuck or lightweight things that my shatter or wobble without this.
I was expecting to have to disassemble the vise and clean or fix things, but it works perfectly out of the box. The vice opens and closes very easily and quickly. A tool that's easy to use gets used more: no more holding things with pliers or flat on the table with my fingers, or clamping tiny things with a c-clamp and then clamping that clamp with another clamp to the table. This is simple, fast and safe.
I'm pleasantly surprised!
-mike from Detroit