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 Posted: Thu Feb 9th, 2017 05:21 pm
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John Fengel
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I've used a similar tool pictured below for a long time when buffing or wire wheeling screws. As pictured it will securely hold tiny 4-40 screws to 1/4 " which is the limit.

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Thanks for looking!!


John 






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 Posted: Thu Feb 9th, 2017 07:47 pm
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 Posted: Thu Feb 9th, 2017 07:53 pm
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 Posted: Thu Feb 9th, 2017 09:47 pm
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John Fengel
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SEE 7th POST BELOW

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 Posted: Thu Feb 9th, 2017 10:01 pm
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Pm sent. I'll take the other 2

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 Posted: Thu Feb 9th, 2017 10:06 pm
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For anyone who might not have the extra cash for something like this you can get the same result but just putting it in your drill. Yes the drill is heaver but it will get the job done.

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 Posted: Thu Feb 9th, 2017 10:10 pm
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Thanks everyone!

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 Posted: Thu Feb 9th, 2017 10:34 pm
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I just bought a drill chuck this past weekend for the same purpose!

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 Posted: Thu Feb 9th, 2017 10:37 pm
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John Fengel
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Mark Behrend wrote: I just bought a drill chuck this past weekend for the same purpose!

They work great and it's better than getting your fingers chewed up or have a screw spit back at you at supersonic speed!

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 Posted: Fri Feb 10th, 2017 08:30 pm
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You can also use an old tap wrench to do the same thing.

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 Posted: Fri Feb 10th, 2017 10:26 pm
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I'll be!!
I was walking through an antique store ju st a few hours ago! and look under some boxes and there it was!  I remembered this post and here it is... I have made several of these over the years... John's are much nicer than the junkers i made and have and use!! But this one reminded me of John's beauties! $2 spot and i ran out the door like i stole it!😆😆

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 Posted: Sat Feb 11th, 2017 12:34 pm
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I didn't want to make this post until John sold all of his, but here is a link to various thoughts that I first posted back in October 2012 on how to make these hand vises:
http://www.afcaforum.com/forum1/46113.html

Dan ~ headed back to the shed for a fun day restorin stuff ....... I'll probably turn on some of my shed fans as it is supposed to be in the 70s today........ if I turn on both of my 35" Freshy pedestals in 5th at the same time it may "take out" the south wall of my shed sooos I just run em on low of the 5 speeds....... I sure enjoy big cast aluminum bladed fans/circulators.

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 Posted: Sat Feb 11th, 2017 08:07 pm
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Wes Vreeland
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Um...it's commonly called a pin vise....

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 Posted: Sat Feb 11th, 2017 09:49 pm
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Wes said: "Um...it's commonly called a pin vise...."

Wes ....... I called out the differences in a "pin vise" and a "hand vise" in this link I made back in October 2012 and re-posted this morning:
http://www.afcaforum.com/view_topic.php?id=24679&forum_id=1&highlight=hillbilly

Pin vises are "commonly" used in diameters of about .125 or smaller.......... when clamping larger items the nomenclature changes to a "hand vise" being either a flat jawed hand vise or a radial jawed hand vise ...... the later seemingly being a less common application of the use of the term "hand vise", but jewelers, gun smiths, and other trade-persons have adapted the term. 

Thanks ...........

Dan ~ headed back to the shed .........

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 Posted: Sat Feb 11th, 2017 11:10 pm
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Our shop man from Sears in Kokomo Indiana almost 40 years ago was in charge of warranteed hand tools... He would take the chucks off returned drills and made these hand vices like hotcakes! One year for Christmas he made every one in the store a hand vice! And still made another hundred or so besides that... some where in kokomo there must be a pile of these things!...
Geo...

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