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Harold Hall

Workshop Projects

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Drawings

The photographs show that I used a “vice in vice” method which is often beneficial when machining very small components as it allows the part to be positioned away from the machine and in some cases removed for measuring. Making the angle clamping face was just a case of lifting one end of the small vice a little making this operation an easy one.

 

When I turned the clamp over to machine the remainder I added a soft jaw enabling me to machine fully to the end of the workpiece by machining into the soft jaw. Photograph 5 shows the completed clamp and also the soft jaw illustrating how the cutter had cut into this.

 

The clamp screw needs no comment being a simple item.

 

Photograph 6 shows the completed item which I am sure will make many marking out tasks quicker, and frequently easier, than using other methods.

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Marking out Gauge for the Metalworking Workshop
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