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VICES ( BANGLE CLAMP, E VER, MITRE IN & RING 35mm Jaw Width, Brass


ICESB (ANGLE, CL,AMP, ENGRANGRAVER, P MITRE, P)IN & RING)


32mm Jaw Width, Zinc Die Cast Vice


Proxxon Machine Vice


• Overall length: 135mm • 35mm wide, square brass jaws • Brass jaws for more delicate work, softer metal will not mark your pieces as easily


• With v groove • Opening to max 45mm capacity • Knurled handle • Length 10cm


• Weight 140g Code


V39597 Description


35mm Jaw Width, Indian, Brass Jaws


UOM Price Foredom A-F37200. EACH £6.95


Zinc die cast mini machine vice firmly grasps small workpieces for precision drilling on the table top.


VICES (MACHINE / TOOLMAKERS)


For drilling, light milling, vertical and horizontal work. An excellent range gives you the optimum choice for your workshop. Various levels of gripping power and capacity ensure you will be able to select the machine vice that is right for you.


• Smooth action, durable and precision manufactured


• Cousins, Proxxon & Foredom available Cousins Machine Vice


Has horizontal and vertical “V” grooves for holding small round pieces and slots in the base for mounting to drill press table slots. (mounting hardware included).


Exterior dimensions: 4 1/4” Long x 2 3/8” wide x 1 1/2” High.


Jaw Width: 1 1/4” Jaw Capacity: 1 1/2” Jaw Height: 1/2”


Mounting slots 11/64” wide x 1 7/8” long. Code


Description


FDAF37200 32mm Jaw Width, Zinc Die Cast Vice


UOM EACH Price £20.95 45mm Jaw Width Plastic Vice


WATCH BEZEL REMOVING & FITTING


Whether your removing “Generic” or “Top Swiss” watch bezels, great tools for making life easier


Watch Bezel Fitting Die Set


• Incorporates vertical and horizontal v-slots for holding round work pieces


• Jaw width of 50mm (2”) and height of 10mm • Maximum clamping width of 34mm • Made speciall for the TBM 220 drill (Code D9743) • Specially slotted for the fence on the TBM drill press to facilitate controlled and accurate work


Code D9746 Description 50mm Jaw Width Machine Vice


UOM Price EACH £12.95


Bezel Fitting Die Set - for Rolex & Tudor Watches


• Polished steel jaws • Incorporates vertical and horizontal v-slots for holding round work pieces


• Jaw width of 45mm and height of 20mm • 2 x clamping widths, 25 & 15mm • 120 x 45 x 35mm overall dimensions (L x W x H) • Steel construction


• Made in E.U Code


V49756 Description Machine Vice, Cousins


UOM Price EACH £44.95


• Set of 7 Aluminium Dies with Nylon Inner Ring • Dies interchangeable with Bergeon crystal presses 5500A & 5500C


Foredom A-F37210.


Plastic mini machine vice is great for holding gemstones, shell and other materials that require water during the drilling or shaping process.


Stainless steel threaded shaft for advancing jaw will not rust.


Exterior dimensions: 4 1/4” Long x 3 1/8” wide x 1 3/4” High.


Jaw Width: 1 3/4” Jaw Capacity: 1 5/8” Jaw Height: 3/4”


Mounting holes: 15/64” Code


Description FDAF37210 45mm Jaw Width Plastic Vice


UOM EACH


Price £14.95


• Supplied with 2 adaptors Code


Description B30545


Bezel Fitting Die Set for Rolex & Tudor Watches


Watch Bezel Re-Sizing Tool, A*F Swiss


UOM Price PACK*7 £33.50


A*F Swiss - Watch Bezel Re-Sizing Tool Similar to the Rolex 1006 tool, but covers more sizes


1074


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