- Suitable for light use
- Width of clamping jaws 125 mm
- Can be attached to a workbench
- Suitable for machining long workpieces
- With anvil
A vice is part of the basic equipment of an perfectly equipped workbench. This light duty vice is ideal for easy and light use due to its hardness and stable body.
With this light duty vice everything is held firmly and in the correct position. This is ensured by the front clamping jaw, the fixed clamping jaw and the spindle crank. The workpiece is clamped between the two clamping jaws. The fixed clamping jaw is mounted on the base body and cannot be changed in position. The front jaw sits on a guide rail and can be moved back and forth.
The vice has a clamping jaw width of 125 mm and has a trapezoidal thread. The spindle can be reliably opened and closed with the thread and the spindle nut. This procedure allows the clamping width of the clamping jaws to be individually adapted to the size of the workpieces.
The design of the vice allows it to be attached to the workbench so that the rear jaw hangs over the workbench. This is important if long objects such as pipes are to be clamped vertically. In addition to the clamping function, this vice has a 127 mm (5") anvil. Additional work such as hammering or graining can be done here.