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IMG_0715.JPGMoxon vise 42 viewsThis is build to drop into the dog holes along the east edge of the bench. With a 20" opening between the screws and a 6" capacity, it can handle most all drawer boxes I would likely work on as well as any dovetail joints.Charlie Driggs
gc2012gifts.jpgCourtesy of elf Mark Lovett Wells65 viewsThanks, Mark, for a great gift. Five books, two Acme screws and nuts (for a Moxon vise), a Mark-made cherry spatula, and three bags of cut finishing nails. madwing
Cutting_dovetails_using_my_new_Moxon-style_vise.jpgUsing my Moxon-style vise220 viewsCutting the dovetails for this box allowed me to use the Moxon-style vise I completed recently.Sgt42RHR
Moxon_style_vise-front_view.JPGMoxon style vise - front view248 viewsThis Moxon style vise is made from a knotty (and very gnarly) length of Purpleheart. The jaws are about 27 inches long, the right angle brace glued to the rear jaw is about 33 inches long. The jaws are about 7 inches tall bringing their top edge to about 40 inches from the floor. The jaws are about 7/8 inch thick. The maple hand screw threads are 1 1/4 inches. There is about 21 inches between the screws. I used an old 1/4 inch beading plane to bead the top and bottom edges of the front jaw.Sgt42RHR
Moxon_style_vise_-_end_view.JPGMoxon style vise - end view197 viewsThe right angle brace is about 3 inches longer on each end than the jaws to allow for clamping to the bench; it's rock solid! I used an old 1/4 inch beading plane to put a bead on the exterior edge of the rear and front jaws to soften them visually and for comfort of use.Sgt42RHR
Moxon_style_vise_-_rear_view.JPGMoxon Style Vise - rear view189 viewsThe maple nuts came as 4 inch squares, I cut 1 inch off of each corner and affixed them to the rear jaw with a couple of screws. The rear jaw is 7 inches high, and the right angle brace is about 1 3/4 inches thick and 3 inches wide. I used an old 1/4 inch beading plane to on the top of the rear jaw and the back of the right angle brace.Sgt42RHR
100_5171.jpg100 viewsMoxon Style Vice is finished. Here are the screws I ordered of of ebay - Hard maple, 1-1/4", with an unthreaded portion for about 1" at the handle. The nuts are 4"X4" and 1-1/16" thick - seems like plenty of thickness. The maker threw in the third nut at no charge - I have 2 screws with a choice of 18" or 10" spacingRuby
MoxonPerhaps.JPGWNY 2011 - Threading Tools97 viewsWestern NY Galootapalooza
I brought my 1 1/4 inch threadbox and the nut grinder I made to go with it. We threaded a maple screw and cut internal threads in a block of walnut. Moxon vise, anyone?
Moxon_vise_complete1.jpgMoxon complete165 viewsBLO finish...don't know if I'll put a film finish on it.roy griggs
Moxon_vise_complete2.jpgMoxon complete114 viewsBack jaw 30" x 3 1/2" x 5 1/2"
Front jaw 22 3/4" x 1 3/8" x 7 1/4"
15" between centers 13 1/2" clear
Top to C/L of screws 2 1/2"
Screws 1 1/2" @ 6 TPI
roy griggs
Moxon_vise_complete3.jpgMoxon's backside122 viewsWith a 3/4" piece in the vice I have about 6" of threads leftroy griggs
Moxon_progress2.jpgMoxon progress183 viewsGettin' thereroy griggs
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