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Axminster Trade Vices Quick Release Carpenter's Vice

  • Lifetime Warranty*
  • Trigger operated quick release
  • Adjustable front dog

NOW £48.96 - £109.96

Normally from £69.96

(£40.80 - £91.63 Ex. VAT)

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Description

In Detail

This design, made in cast iron, has stood the test of time. The vice is for professional use with a quick release trigger for speedy jaw adjustment. The jaws are drilled and ready to receive your own hardwood liners, and the front jaw sports an adjustable 'dog'. A bench is just a wooden table until you fit a decent vice. These vices will make you and your bench look like true professionals even if it is only in the evenings and at weekends. The vices are available in three jaw widths: 175mm(7”) opening to 195mm(7.3/4”), 225mm(9”) opening to 250mm(10”) and 266mm(10.1/2") opening to 300mm. All are equipped with an adjustable front dog.

Lifetime Warranty*
If any vice fails due to a material or manufacturing defect it will be replaced free of charge.

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This product is on page 248 of the Axminster Tools & Machinery 2019/20 Catalogue.

What is toe-in?

What is a toe-in?

The jaws have an intentional "toe in" for maximum pressure transfer. The jaw is tilted inwards. Because the force/pressure is perpendicular to the toe-in angle this feature, found on many woodworking vices and clamps, helps to avoid the problems of racking (the tendency of the wood and the bar to bend upwards when under pressure).

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