Bench vice, also known as vice
, bench vice. Bench vices are universal fixtures used to hold workpieces. It is installed on the workbench to clamp and process the workpiece stably, and it is an indispensable tool for the fitter workshop. Turntable pliers can be rotated to rotate the workpiece to the proper working position
Bench vise is an essential tool for the fitter, and also the source of the name of the fitter, because most of the work of the fitter is
Finished on a vise, such as sawing, filing, hoeing, assembling and disassembling parts. It is installed on the bench, and the width of the jaw is used as the calibration specification. Common sizes are from 75mm to 300mm. The use of bench vise: It is installed on the workbench to clamp and process the workpiece. It is an indispensable tool for the fitter's workshop.
Its structure is composed of pliers body, base, guide nut, lead screw, jaw body and so on. The movable clamp body passes through the guide rail with
The guide rail of the fixed clamp body is used for sliding fit. The lead screw is mounted on the movable pliers and can be rotated, but cannot be moved axially, and cooperates with the lead screw nut installed in the fixed pliers. When the screw is rotated by shaking the handle, the movable tong body can be moved axially relative to the fixed tong body to play a role of clamping or relaxing. The spring is fixed on the lead screw by means of a retaining ring and a cotter pin. Its function is to make the movable clamp body withdraw in time when the lead screw is relaxed. The fixed jaw body and the movable jaw body are each equipped with steel jaws and fixed with screws. The working surface of the jaw is made with a cross pattern, which makes it difficult for the workpiece to slip after clamping. The jaws are hardened by heat treatment and have good wear resistance. The fixed clamp body is installed on the turntable and can rotate around the axis line of the turntable. When turning to the required direction, pull the clamping handle to tighten the clamping screw, and it can be fixed under the action of the clamping disc. The clamp body is tight. There are three bolt holes on the swivel base for fixing with the vise.