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    Hi there. I have one at my garage. I like it. It is very srong and reliable despite it is pretty old.

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    Default New Vice need help

    I just got this Holland Vise. It weight roughly 75lbs. It has markings on the opposite side from the logo... no. 115. It has a single threaded bolt coming from the bottom. Does anyone know the history or info about it? I Literally can't find any info about this guy online. I want to clean it up, repaint and use this big boy!
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    I've run out of things and places to bolt vises, and likely not worth photographing unless someone needed information on one. Seems unlikely

    But if anyone wants the opinion of someone who does a lot of bench work.
    The daily drivers are Wilton C0's with swivel bases mounted into 2" receiver tubing. Various sockets with stout binder bolts

    The second most used, a triplet of very pedestrian Wilton fast acting woodworking vises, aligned with one another to hold long stock
    IF I had to thin the herd, I'd be hard pressed to work efficiently and comfortably without the above two.

    Hard serrated jaws on one C0, aluminum jaws on the second
    The woodworker vises all have masonite jaws, rough side out.

    Most coveted, infrequently needed a Dawn 150 "Offset", just the ticket for automotive and tractor maintenance (which I try and avoid)

    The one with the best story, A small Morgan swivel jaw purchased new from Morgan Milwaukee about 10 years ago and purported to be "the-last" and already decades old.

    The oddest a Wilton 800 with 10" x 20" cork lined jaws made up to hold heavy foundry patterns. Not especially user friendly.

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    Thanks! That’s the first piece of literature I could find anywhere on the internet about my vice.

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    Charles Parker Roto-Arm with a Stanley mounted to it.
    Connecticut goodness.

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    Found this photo on an antique bicycle forum.Log in | The Classic and Antique Bicycle Exchange

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustytool View Post
    Found this photo on an antique bicycle forum.Log in | The Classic and Antique Bicycle Exchange
    "You must be logged in to do that." Try a different link, please.

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    Let's try this.
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    Now that is something you don't often see. Thanks for posting the photo.

    Any idea how much of that was done by the owner? I'm assuming the ornamental clamshell base is part of the casting, but maybe it's an applique? Is there a closer view of the engraving on that members-only site?

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    That's the only photo.
    The poster didn't say where he found the photo.
    Looks to me like a watchmakers museum.
    So maybe Swiss or German.

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    Simco Tri-Vise
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    Todays project is a Wilton vise found about 2 years ago in a scrap yard, appears to have very little use, frozen solid, think someone painted the cylinder section then screwed it back in and it has paint glued it to main body. Watched a few YT vids on disassembly, allen wrench trick did not work, pins are nowhere close to being aligned so driving with punch did not work. Just mangled the first pin to get it out, might have to do the same for other pin.

    Edit: Second pin is out, there is over a 1/4" misalignment of the pins, looks like it is going to be a press job to separate the rest.
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    Can anyone identify this one? Pic found on the net, no information included.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mud View Post
    Can anyone identify this one? Pic found on the net, no information included.
    Ware. He had a patent on it too in case you'd like to look it up. I think his full name was Joseph Ware if that helps.

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    if its painted together [stuck] could it not be loosen up by heating it like in an old bbq to like 300 f or so

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    Resurfacing the anvil on my old Chas Parker. Preheat and hard rod. - Album on Imgur

    Hopefully these pictures post. Just resurfaced the anvil on my old Chas Parker.


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