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Shop Fox D4026 Cabinet Maker's Vise

4.4 out of 5 stars 268 ratings

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Material Cast Iron
Brand Woodstock
Item Dimensions LxWxH 22.8 x 11 x 3.7 inches
Item Weight 19.47 Pounds

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  • 19-1/4-Inch Long
  • 10-1/4-Inch Wide
  • 15-1/2-Inch Screw Length
  • 1-3/16-Inch Screw Diameter
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If you're building your own cabinet maker's bench, this heavy-duty steel and cast iron Front Vise has all the working hardware for a very strong, large capacity bench vise. Simply add your own wooden jaw, wooden handle and mounting hardware. Overall size is 19-1/4-Inch long by 10-1/4-Inch wide. Screw size is 1-3/16-Inch diameter by 15-1/2-Inch long.

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If you're building your own cabinet maker's bench, this heavy-duty steel and cast iron Front Vise has all the working hardware for a very strong, large capacity bench vise. Simply add your own wooden jaw, wooden handle and mounting hardware. Overall size is 19 1/4-Inch long by 10 1/4-Inch wide. Screw size is 1 3/16-Inch diameter by 15 1/2-Inch long.

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4.4 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2016
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5.0 out of 5 stars Home made template - easy to do
By Kindle Customer on July 28, 2016
As other reviewers have indicated, this is a fine bench vise for the money. Some reviewers have bemoaned the lack of a template, so I was ready for some fiddly fitting. But, I racked all three rods to be even at the rear, flipped the vise on it's "back," and put a 1/4 plywood piece against the three rod ends and traced their outlines. Since the bench top and plywood were simulating the underside of the mounting configuration, this tracing was what I needed to drill the holes. Please note that the template I've attached shows the exact size of the rods -- but like others have suggested, I drilled them considerably oversize (1": and 1- 1/4"). It's interesting that the three rods do not line up horizontally at all. I hope you can read the marking pen numbers on the photo.
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Reviewed in the United States on March 13, 2015
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Value
By A. Smith on March 13, 2015
Very heavy duty vise. No instructions but not a big deal, just look at the picture on the box and use the end piece as a template to drill the holes. I mounted mine on the end of a workbench I bought at Sam's Club. For the handle, I used a piece of 1" oak dowel from Lowes and added 1 1/2" wood balls for the ends.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006RCDMEG/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2015
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5.0 out of 5 stars Portable Cabinet Vise.
By Yen-Chu Huang on September 27, 2015
Portable Cabinet Vise.
1) Use 7/8" and 1-1/4" drill bit: it's good to keep drill hole slightly bigger to avoid dull/oxidize when metal contact to the wood.
2) Use one of 2x6x8ft Fir lumber ($4.57) before move to better wood like maple.
3) 1/4" hex-head lag screw (qty 5) and #12 flat-head sheet metal screw (qty 11). Length of screw : 1-1/2".
4) Pre-stain + 2-layer Oil-Stain + 3-layer Varnish for exterior use. Easy to clean.

Assembly can be managed:
- keep one screw in the base to allow move.
- Mark the hole and drill straight for acme thread.

It's a solid and heavy Vise!
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Reviewed in the United States on December 31, 2015
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Reviewed in the United States on October 29, 2013
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Reviewed in the United States on August 1, 2015
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D.M. Wilknott, West Hill, On
4.0 out of 5 stars Going Old School
Reviewed in Canada on May 15, 2017
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Happy Wanderer
3.0 out of 5 stars Sloppier than a dockside hooker when the ships are in
Reviewed in Canada on October 19, 2021
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StealthSingh
5.0 out of 5 stars Works perfectly
Reviewed in Canada on May 16, 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars Works perfectly
Reviewed in Canada on May 16, 2021
I genuinely decided to write this review because I found some of the reviews seem disingenuous or at least I don't agree with them.
I wanted a vise similar to this one, and this one was at least the most I wanted to spend at the moment. Granted the vise came in a box, with no instructions etc. and it was solely upto me figure out. My thought process was, if you want to use the vise, then you should know how to install it.
The vise guide rods were loose so when taken apart, obviously they had some sway in them, unlike one of the poster commenting on quality control. The only way it would be considered quality control would be if they when tightened together, they are not aligned.

Anyhow, I decided as part of my installation, I would take some pictures so as to make it easy for anyone else that wants to install it. My steps can be summarised as:
1. Trace the holes, lines for reference
2. Drill on test piece of wood.
3. Make adjustments, and test drill again.
4. Now drill the actual wood that I am planning to use for vise grips/?
5. Install the vise

There were two things I had to also account for. I wanted to use 2x6x20 wood pieces. My table is about 2.25 thick. Instead of regular wood working tables with solid legs etc. I had test built two kitchen base cabinets and ended up using the as my base. So effectively my vise would be screwed in approx 2.75 inches from top. Long story short, I add piece of plyboard etc so that I would have 4 inch from guide rods to top of my vise. I had found and old piece of 2x10 that I was planning to use in the back of my shed, it had some worm etcs but structurally looked ok. As I was cleaning it and resizing it, I cut it so I had approx 2 inch from top of guide rod to the bottom.
As I didn't have spare wood, I decided to really pay attention to traced template, and eventually decided to just draw it in LibreCAD. This actually helped out immensely, because even when I had perfected the test holes with tighter tolerances, I decided to increase the hole sizes to account for installation, use etc. The best part was because the baseline(bottom of table) was part of my drawing I was able to to print out my drawing and paste on both faces to ensure I had everything correct.
Once the holes were drilled, I was done installing the vise in no time.

P.S. I tried adding the DXF/PDF but was unable to upload for my review. So I have included the png of my template.
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Marlo
5.0 out of 5 stars Robusta, efectiva y a buen precio
Reviewed in Mexico on September 28, 2017
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Stray Feathers Press (Consignment)
1.0 out of 5 stars Poor quality control a disappointment
Reviewed in Canada on February 28, 2021
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1.0 out of 5 stars Poor quality control a disappointment
Reviewed in Canada on February 28, 2021
In both the first vise, and a replacement sent promptly by Amazon, the guide rods were more than 1/8" out of parallel, and would not fit into the base casting without being sprung apart. The castings for the outer jaws were not flat. Some castings were rough, and I had to file a lot of burr away in order to get the handle I bought to fit. Oddly, there are no instructions whatsoever to install the vise, and no installation hardware. I did receive prompt and courteous service from a Shop Fox tech, but in the end, two bad units in a row was too many, and I bought a very similar vise, including instructions and a hardware kit, made in the Czech Republic (the faulty ones are made in China), elsewhere. Amazon accepted my return without question.
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