The problem with that is determining what constituted abuse. Also show a broken screw but hat was fairly easy to pull out. I used a magnifier inmy hood and saw the tack welding of a 6 screw to the head of a 10 screw. Each knob is drilled and reamed for a precision hole and the fixture is machined and threaded for a flat head cap screw. The next step is a little tricky and required some trial and error.
The collar has two radial bosses that form the major diameter of the collar and rest and wrap around the Spindle lip. These will be the normal drawing format of rev A, B, C etc. Each has the capability of handling pipe as well as mounting to the bench with 3 mounting posts providing more stability and secure hold. Anybody that follows my work on YouTube, Instagram and now Facebook will know that I really love using and collecting tools. In Stock, 12 Available This is an Genuine Manufacturer Authorized replacement part used on variety of power tools. I told them I like to restore vises and then they started asking me questions about it. Wilton provided a 5 year warranty on their vises with the expiration of the warranty stamped on the vise, so this vise was made in April of 1948.
You can get a good sense of size and scale in this picture. First, I rely on the customer to provide handle specs for the overall length and knob style and even the knob diameter. Most projects in my shop start with what I call a chicken sketch. I like the Skoal scope shown in my picture, which is very affordable. Mentally I broke the vise down into all the different elements. Lakeside, that's some very attractive work you did on the repair. I let folks know that the project I intended to do was fully designed and ready for fabrication.
Once I removed the screw, then I had to weld a slide hammer to the jaw and pull it from the Static and Dynamic jaw support. There is three surfaces that need to all touch evenly for a proper fit. For more current work you can follow me in the virtual world on Instagram and Facebook. He calls this activity This has been hugely popular and directly supports young folks getting a foothold in the trades. The copper grounding plate can just be seen peeking out the rear of the vise at the base.
I've got two vises, one inside and one on a small work bench outside. The one inside is on it's third set of jaws. Here's mine with new front casting yours doesn't have this , surfaces machined and the new jaws. Stainless Steel is a soft metal but will hold up fine under clamp pressure. However, there were many metal saw lines on the jaws and even the swivel clamps. These tiny versions of the bullet design are fairly rare with vises in good condition selling for north of three hundred dollars at the writing of this article.
They produce no-nonsense tools to get your metalworking job done. Unfortunately for all the iron casting fans out there we won't be doing any iron casting this week. My suggestion is to check the flea markets, craigslist, local shops etc and get a nice old piece. These are solid as they come, and you'll know that the second you hold one in your hand. This gives a un even wear or rub of the Spindle when opening the vise. I like this style because it presents many different work angles.
I tapped the pin with the largest thread I could get away with and built a puller setup like in the picture. If you want to eliminate backlash then you will either shorten the two ears and adjust the casting for a close gap between the collar and spindle lip or add Stainless Steel shims or a rather thick one like this one below. Not really a big deal unless you like little backlash. These tiny versions of the bullet design are fairly rare with vises in good condition selling for north of three hundred dollars at the writing of this article. It is easy to leave out critical details on the phone or in emails, which kills a lot of time on both ends. Back in my mold making days I had to figure out how to measure shapes that were curved and needed it very accurate.
They produce no-nonsense tools to get your metalworking job done. I also add a rubber bumper to all handles. Fixturing for the straight serrations used on Yost and Starrett jaws should be a little more accurate. Here is a link to a public dropbox file folder. The pictures show the finished peening.