983Re: [mill_drill] Re: More Milling Vise Questions
- Nov 1, 2001KBCTools has warehouses in both southern CA and in San Jose, CA. They have good prices on most of their things, especially if you can find it in their monthly flier.and it is www.kbctools.com/US/home.cfm for the US version of their web site.Hope that this helps,ChrisSacramento, CABetween San Francisco and Lake Tahoe in Northern California----- Original Message -----From: tew138@...Sent: Thursday, November 01, 2001 5:30 AMSubject: [mill_drill] Re: More Milling Vise QuestionsNo J&L in CA. The closest are in OR and TX. They must use the same
trucking Co as JTS. They also quoted $60 for shipping. It's
interesting that there is a large $$ increase for shipping between a
5" and 6" vise. From Grizzly, the shipping is around $10 for the 5"
(~70#) but, it's $50 for the 6" (~95#).
> Don't know about the CNC, I have a 6" Kurt clone on a
> swivel and I love it. I got it from J&L, and I think
> that they are based in So Cal.
> --- tew138@e... wrote:
> > More questions on milling vises. For the same price
> > as their
> > Kurt-style vise (item 1655731827), JTS sells on ebay
> > a "CNC" milling
> > vise that (they say) can be mounted vertically (item
> > 1655732152). Is
> > this a useful feature? Does anyone own one of
> > these? How would you
> > mount it vertically to a table? Also it has become
> > apparent that
> > shipping costs are a major factor in buying these
> > vises. JTS is
> > quoting $60 for the Kurt-style and $50 for the "CNC"
> > Do you guys
> > know
> > any good sources in So. CA?
> > Thanks,
> > Tom
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