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timo_gross

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Mmh, no one to complain to so just post it on the forum?

I started noting down how many tools I break during my built project. It is a little frustrating how clumsy I am......

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Not a highly expensive item, and now I know they are made from cast iron.
And now I do not have a matching pair anymore.

:(

So it was a mistake to clamp it off center or it was long term abuse.
 

Shelton

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What was it?
 

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If the remaining Vee block is a little bit longer than the height of your milling vice jaws, cut it off so it matches the vice jaws and you will have a very handy tool for milling work on the end of short round stock.. t may recu e the pain a little bit.
 

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If the remaining Vee block is a little bit longer than the height of your milling vice jaws, cut it off so it matches the vice jaws and you will have a very handy tool for milling work on the end of short round stock.. t may recu e the pain a little bit.
Hello,

No it is too small to match the vice jaws, but I could make it nice and square and use a parallel under it. Good: I did not dump it into the scrap bin yet. :)

Greetings.
 

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