- I use the crappy vise that came with my mill for holding small parts for welding. A perfect use for the POS vise. EdMessage 1 of 44 , Nov 1, 2011View SourceI use the crappy vise that came with my mill for holding small parts for welding. A perfect use for the POS vise.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Corey Renner <vandal968@...> wrote:
> I used to have a crap milling vise that came with one of my mills. When I
> realized that it was of no use as a vise, it still served me well as a
> clamp when silver-soldering (so that the flux wouldn't rust a good vise)
> and for clamping parts that I was attacking with an angle grinder since
> slipping and striking the vise didn't matter. Eventually the rear jaw
> sheared off entirely and I binned it, but I got a lot of use out of it
> before that happened.
- Nice work Arthur! TerryMessage 44 of 44 , Nov 9, 2011View SourceNice work Arthur!
--- In email@example.com, "arthur.marks" <arthur.marks@...> wrote:
> Okay. I have this 90% done now. The plate part is finished, but there is an extension to the hub that still needs to be made + welded on. This was entirely made on my round column mill/drill. It has been very time consuming... :) Truth be told, there is one feature that was not machined on my RF31. The 22-degree slope on each side of the slot on the back was done on my little Rusnok mill. I didn't have a good way to fixture it to the correct angle since the work was so large. The Rusnok allowed me to nod the head instead---the work was fixtured flat on the table.
> Here it is. 6" rule for scale...
> FRONT: http://tinyurl.com/728p5sl
> REVERSE: http://tinyurl.com/7j8poyc
> > From: Druid Noibn <druid_noibn@>
> > Looking forward to the final product.
> > From: Arthur Marks <arthur.marks@>
> > Date: Wednesday, November 2, 2011, 7:26 PM
> > Now comes the tricky parts + features. Wish me luck.
> > http://tinyurl.com/3mvjhjg
> > http://tinyurl.com/4xxr7l4