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Vise Type
   Vise Type       
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   Air Vise       Air vises use pneumatic power to operate the vise jaws. There are two basic types: single-acting and double-acting. Single-acting air vises have a spring-return air cylinder. They use air pressure to close the jaws and springs to open them. Double-acting air vises have a double-acting air cylinder. They use air pressure to both open and close the jaws. 
   Angle / Sine Vise       Angle vises can be adjusted to multiple angles to provide easier access to a workpiece. Angle vises are also referred to as sine vises. 
   Bench Vise       Bench vises are typically mounted to a workbench. They are used for general clamping applications. 
   Chain Vise       Chain vises use a roller chain to clamp the work. They are used, typically, for clamping pipe or round stock. Chain vises are also called pipe chain vises. 
   Circuit Board Vise       Circuit board vises are designed specifically for clamping circuit boards. 
   Collet Vise       Collet vises use a collet to clamp the work. They can be actuated manually, pneumatically, or hydraulically. 
   Cross Vise       Cross vises or cross-slide vises are designed to position work along two axes (X and Y) through a compound slide arrangement. Common applications include drilling and milling. 
   Drill Press Vise       Drill press vises are used in drilling applications. They are manufactured to position the work with enough clearance so that it can be drilled-through completely. 
   Machine / Mill Vise       Machine vises and mill vises are used in milling and general machining applications. 
   Pin Vise       Pin vises are handheld vises with collet-style jaws. They are used for clamping small workpieces. 
   Pipe / Yoke Vise       Pipe vises or yoke vises are designed with V-shaped jaws to clamp pipe, tubing, and other round stock. 
   Tombstone Vise       Tombstone vises are multisided columns, typically with vises mounted on each side. Tombstone vises are designed to clamp several workpieces at the same time. 
   Toolmakers Vise       Toolmakers vises are precision vises for accurate clamping applications such as inspection and grinding. 
   Twin / Multi-station Vise       Twin vises or multi-station vises have two or more clamping stations for clamping multiple workpieces at the same time. 
   Universal Vise       Universal vises can swivel in two or more directions so that the workpiece can be set at a compound angle. Universal vises are also referred to as three-way tilting vises. 
   Woodworking Vise       Woodworking vises are designed to clamp wood for general woodworking applications. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialty or proprietary types of vises. 
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Specifications
   Jaw Opening       Jaw opening is the maximum dimension between the jaws when the vise is fully opened. 
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   Jaw Width       The jaw width refers to the dimension across the face of the jaws. 
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   Throat Depth       Throat depth is a measurement of the vise's depth capacity and an indicator of the clamping dimension between the jaws and the vise body. 
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   Weight       The weight of the vise. 
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Vise Mounting
   Vise Mounting       
   Your choices are...         
   Fixed Base       Fixed-base vises are bolted to a bench or slide. They do not swivel. 
   Integrated Clamp       The vise has an integral clamp that is used for mounting to a bench or other surface. 
   Magnetic       The vise has a magnetic base so that it can be easily mounted to and removed from steel surfaces.  
   Stand       The vise has an integral stand and does not require mounting to a bench or other surface. 
   Swivel Base       Swivel base vises allow the vise to be swiveled, typically in a horizontal plane. 
   Vacuum       The vise uses a vacuum (typically a vacuum cup) for mounting to a bench or other surface. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialty or proprietary mounting types. 
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Vise Actuation
   Vise Actuation       
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   Hydraulic       The vise is hydraulically actuated. 
   Manual       The vise is manually actuated, typically by a screw. 
   Pneumatic       The vise is pneumatically actuated. 
   Other       Other unlisted actuation method. 
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Specialty Jaws
   Specialty Jaws       
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   Machineable Jaws       Machineable jaws are usually made of steel. They can be machined, if necessary. 
   Magnetic Vise Jaws       Magnetic vise jaws contain magnets for holding the work in place during clamping. 
   Replaceable Jaws       Replaceable jaws can be removed and replaced. 
   Soft Material Jaws       Soft jaws are made of brass, polyurethane, or another soft material to avoid marring the workpiece during clamping. 
   V-Block Jaws       V-blocks jaws have a V-shape and are used to clamping shapes (such as round ones) that do not have a flat surface. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialty or proprietary jaws. 
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Vise Features
   Vise Features       
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   Heavy-duty       The vise is designed for heavy-duty clamping applications. 
   Light-duty       The vise is designed only for light-duty clamping applications. 
   Pinch Point Safety Guards       The vise has integral safety guarding on pinch points for worker safety. 
   Rotating       Rotating vises are designed to rotate the jaws axially. 
   Self-centering       Self-centering vises move both jaws at the same time so that the work is always clamped in the center of the vise. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialty, or proprietary vise features. 
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Material
   Material       
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   Cast Iron       Vise is manufactured from cast iron.  The term "cast iron" refers not to a single material, but to a family of materials whose major constituent is iron, with important trace amounts of carbon and silicon. Cast irons are natural composite materials whose properties are determined by their microstructures - the stable and metastable phases formed during solidification or subsequent heat treatment. The major microstructural constituents of cast irons are: the chemical and morphological forms taken by carbon, and the continuous metal matrix in which the carbon and/or carbide are dispersed. 
   Ductile Iron       Vise is manufactured from ductile iron. Ductile iron retains cast iron's machinability and corrosion-resistance, and provides additional strength, toughness, and ductility. Although its chemical properties are similar to those of cast iron, ductile iron incorporates significant casting refinements, additional metallurgical processes, and superior quality control. 
   Steel       Vise is manufactured from steel. A commercial iron that contains carbon in any amount up to about 1.7 percent as an essential alloying constituent. It is malleable when under suitable conditions, and is distinguished from cast iron by its malleability and lower carbon content. 
   Wood       Vise is manufactured from wood and primarily used in woodworking applications. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialty or proprietary materials. 
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