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  • Vise


    A bench vise, B machine vise, C hand vise A vise (American English) or vice (British English) is a mechanical apparatus used to secure an object to allow work to be performed on it. Vises have two parallel jaws, one fixed and the other movable, threaded in and out by a screw and lever. Light duty homeowner's vise holding a brass check valve

  • Slotted angle


    Slotted angle assemblySlotted angle (also sometimes referred to as slotted angle iron) is a system of reusable metal strips used to construct shelving, frames, work benches, equipment stands and other structures. The name derives, first, from the use of elongated slots punched into the metal at uniform intervals to enable assembly of structures fixed with nuts and bolts, and second, from the longitudinal folding of the metal strips to form a right angle.

  • Workbench


    European style woodworking workbenchIn most instances the "end caps" and the "shoulder vise arm" are significantly thicker than is shown, above. Indeed, this shoulder vise and its "arm" appears to be incomplete. A workbench is a sturdy table at which manual work is done. They range from simple flat surfaces to very complex designs that may be considered tools in themselves. Workbenches vary in size from tiny jewelers benches to the huge benches used by staircase makers. Almost all workbenches are rectangular in shape, often using the surface, corners and edges as flat/square and dimension standards. Design is as varied as type of work for which the benches are used but most share these attributes: A comfortable height for working with provisions for seated or standing work A way to fix the workpiece to the surface so that it may be worked with both hands Provisions for mounting, storing and accessing toolsWorkbenches are made from many different materials including metal, wood, stone, and composites depending on the needs of the work.

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