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jvise.jpgJeweler's Vise150 viewsHere it is, a cute little bug of a thing. The clamp holds it well on the bench, and the big nut was added (I think) to tighten it down more easily when swivelling it; the wingnut shows signs of being overtorqued.madwing
jvisewidth.jpgJeweler's Vise - Overall length86 viewsIt's about 7 inches from the head of the vise screw holding the handle to the foot of the screw under the anvil.madwing
jviseheight.jpgJeweler's Vise - overall height55 viewsFrom the bottom of the bench clamp to the top of the jaws it's 6" tall.madwing
IMG_0907.JPGPartially Drilled Out120 viewsQuarter, Penny, Nickel. Tried cutting out center with a jeweler's saw and broke the blade. Flattening these things with a hammer is easier than finishing them.jjl134
100_4953.jpg75 viewsOcteganarian jeweler neighbor suggested using dental floss under the letter to get it out of its hole during fitting - just lift. Worked like a charm.Ruby
october_10_023.JPGvises71 viewsMy recent acquisition, the brass barreled post vise, with a tiny jewelers vise on top. Thats a nickel in the jaws. The big one is over 85lbs.john krau
mark_2.jpghammer side65 viewsMWB
side.jpghammer side62 viewsMWB
six_hammer_heads.JPGSix cast bronze hammer heads53 viewsThese are my first attempts at casting heads for jewelers hammers. They still need final finishing, possibly including chemical patination.jonjunk
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