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From: StephenS
Subject: Anaglyph (red/cyan), Bench vise
Date: 3 Aug 2017 14:15:59
Message: <5983301f@news.povray.org>
A gray scale anaglyph view able with red/cyan 3d glasses.

A threaded rod, coupling nut, and some square tubing that fits together.

I might make this, if my welding is good enough. It's easy for things 
not to fit together after the weld has cooled. I would line the jaws 
with 3 ply wood veneer and use it to hold small wooden pieces for 
cutting/drilling.

I seem to be starting more projects than I'm ever going to finish.

Comments welcome:

Stephen S


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From: Stephen
Subject: Re: Anaglyph (red/cyan), Bench vise
Date: 3 Aug 2017 17:09:19
Message: <598358bf$1@news.povray.org>
On 8/3/2017 3:14 PM, StephenS wrote:
> A gray scale anaglyph view able with red/cyan 3d glasses.
>
> A threaded rod, coupling nut, and some square tubing that fits together.
>

Nicely done. :)
I've not seen this design before. All of the vices I've used look like this:
http://www.toolsinstock.com/100MM_ENGINEERS_VICE--product--8355.html
Or this:
http://www.toolsinstock.com/150mm_WOODWORKING_VICE--product--8466.html

But then that has been at work and the companies paid for it.

I can't see the thread.

> I might make this, if my welding is good enough. It's easy for things
> not to fit together after the weld has cooled.

Gas welding?

> I would line the jaws
> with 3 ply wood veneer and use it to hold small wooden pieces for
> cutting/drilling.
>
> I seem to be starting more projects than I'm ever going to finish.
>

Not a lot I can say about that except, me too. ;)




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Regards
     Stephen


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From: StephenS
Subject: Re: Anaglyph (red/cyan), Bench vise
Date: 3 Aug 2017 23:30:41
Message: <5983b221$1@news.povray.org>
On 03/08/2017 1:09 PM, Stephen wrote:
...
> Nicely done. :)
> I've not seen this design before. All of the vices I've used look like 
> this:
> http://www.toolsinstock.com/100MM_ENGINEERS_VICE--product--8355.html
> Or this:
> http://www.toolsinstock.com/150mm_WOODWORKING_VICE--product--8466.html
> 
> But then that has been at work and the companies paid for it.
> 
> I can't see the thread.
>
The first one.
One of the pieces is a 'U' shape, if I cut the tubing it would distort 
to much from tension. A change in design was needed.

>> I might make this, if my welding is good enough. It's easy for things
>> not to fit together after the weld has cooled.
> 
> Gas welding?
...
Arc, MIG (metal inert gas)

Stephen S


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From: Stephen
Subject: Re: Anaglyph (red/cyan), Bench vise
Date: 4 Aug 2017 07:21:51
Message: <5984208f$1@news.povray.org>
On 8/4/2017 12:29 AM, StephenS wrote:
> On 03/08/2017 1:09 PM, Stephen wrote:
> ....
>> Nicely done. :)
>> I've not seen this design before. All of the vices I've used look like
>> this:
>> http://www.toolsinstock.com/100MM_ENGINEERS_VICE--product--8355.html
>> Or this:
>> http://www.toolsinstock.com/150mm_WOODWORKING_VICE--product--8466.html
>>
>> But then that has been at work and the companies paid for it.
>>
>> I can't see the thread.
>>
> The first one.

You have lost me there, Stephen.
I was talking about the threaded rod and what it screws into.

> One of the pieces is a 'U' shape, if I cut the tubing it would distort
> to much from tension. A change in design was needed.
>
>>> I might make this, if my welding is good enough. It's easy for things
>>> not to fit together after the weld has cooled.
>>

My inexperience is showing here.
My only exposure to welding* is when I worked offshore and everything 
was built like a brick outside loo. ;)

>> Gas welding?
> ....
> Arc, MIG (metal inert gas)
>

I thought gas because with arc maybe only a tack would do. But then I 
forgot about the support legs and the material.

Which makes me wonder if a blob would work for the welds.
(Something else to distract me from other projects. Groan.)


*
And that was watching other people work and time spent chatting in the 
tea hut during "smoke-o" and skiving. :)
All the welding done there was TIG


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     Stephen


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From: StephenS
Subject: Re:Bench vise
Date: 4 Aug 2017 12:39:22
Message: <59846afa@news.povray.org>
On 03/08/2017 10:14 AM, StephenS wrote:
> ...
> A threaded rod, coupling nut, and some square tubing that fits together.
> 
> ...
Small update.

Stephen S


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