Lock Vises With One-Piece Body And Stationary Jaw Design

The versatile lock vises include a one-piece body and stationary jaw design integrated with the company's Anglock feature. Together, this pull-type jaw clamping design reduces jaw stationary deflection by at least 80 percent providing clamping repeatability of 0. 0005".

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The versatile lock vises include a one-piece body and stationary jaw design integrated with the company's Anglock feature. Together, this pull-type jaw clamping design reduces jaw stationary deflection by at least 80 percent providing clamping repeatability of 0.0005".

Especially suited for precision part clamping on machining centers, mills and grinders, these lock vises feature durable 80,000 psi ductile iron bodies with precision machined steel components.

The Anglock design prevents parts from lifting upward under heavy clamping loads. A hardened spherical segment mechanism produces "all directional" alignment of the jaw components and vise body so clamped parts remain stationary for accurate machining operations at all times.

Additional features include the design for mounting upright or on either side; matched stationary jaw to keyway, including the body height ± 0.001"; 13" footprint (short version), which is useful for the smallest machines; manual, hydraulic and air models available. Two of these versatile lock vises mount easily and quickly back-to-back forming a vise tombstone.