Veritas Front Vices

Veritas Front Vices

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£35.96 - £59.46 (£29.97 - £49.55 Ex. VAT)

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Key Features

  • Machined double guide rods, single-lead Acme screws
  • Regular front vice is 175 x 375mm(7" x 14.3/4") with a clamping capacity of 210mm(8.1/4")
  • Large front vice is 265 x 533mm(10.1/2" x 21") with a clamping capacity of 330mm(13")
  • Note capacity quoted is less the thickness of any wooden jaws fitted
  • Large front vice has an offset center screw to prevent skewing
  • Cast iron and steel components
  • Turned wooden handle available separately

In Detail

These vices have rugged, machined, double guide rods and single-lead Acme screws.

The regular front vice is 175mm(7") x 375mm(14.3/4") overall with a 22mm(7/8") dia. screw and clamping capacity of 210mm(8.1/4") (less the thickness of your wooden jaws).

The large front vice is 265mm(10.1/2") x 533mm(21") overall with a 28mm(1.1/8") dia. screw, and 330mm(13") clamping capacity (less the thickness of your wooden jaws). The larger vice has an offset centre screw to allow vertical clamping without skewing. These powerful vices can be added to an existing bench or built into a new one. A turned wooden handle is available separately.

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Reviews (1)

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Ian

11 March 2014

Good quality vices

I have no complaints about these vices - they are straightforward to fit and good solid quality overall. Although branded Veritas, they are made in eastern Europe.
For accuracy I would recommend using a pillar drill for the holes in the vice jaws and the recesses for the collars of the large vice as everything needs to line up properly if it is to fit well.
The instructions are clear, and all dimensions on them are in inches. The screws provided to fix the front jaw need a robertsons (square) driver, but you can of course use normal screws.

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