Featured Tool: Miter Cutting Vise

By on February 15, 2016
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by Judy Ellis, Wirejewelry.com

Wire Jewelry Tool Tip for February 15th, 2016

Miter Cutting Vise, VIS-550.00

Today we feature a great tool called the Miter Cutting Vice.. Watch as Kate Richbourg shows us how to use it in easily in this quick video!

If you do any wire cutting – this is a must have on your tool bench!


 

 

Miter Cutting Vise:

This Swiss-style miter vise, made of hardened steel, is used for holding wire and sheet up to 11mm wide at both 45 degrees and 90 degrees. A stop bar is included to perform consistent cuts repeatedly.

Additional Tools:

Bench Vise, 1-1/2 Inch Jaws||VIS-204.00

Bench Vise, 1-1/2 Inch Jaws

This vise with 1-1/2″ jaws offers a choice of clamping or screwing onto the bench. An excellent value and a necessity for every bench.

This economy sawframe offers durable construction, a hardwood handle, large thumbscrews and a 3″ depth. It’s an excellent value.


 

Cut Lube, 2 Ounces||BUR-180.00

Cut Lube, 2 Ounces

Our Hi-tech lubrication is perfect for most cutting applications. Use when sawing, drilling or drawing wire to insure cool, clean cuts. Cut Lube adheres to the tool surface and is less affected by heat than oil. Not only does Cut Lube make cutting easier and more precise, but it adds life to all of your cutting tools. The two ounce stick is made in the USA and comes in a convenient push-up plastic sleeve.

Happy Wrapping!

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3 Comments

  1. avatar

    Ellen

    February 15, 2016 at 6:21 am

    Hello!
    I use the Miter cutting tool a lot for cutting tubing, it is greit.

  2. avatar

    Judy

    February 15, 2016 at 12:09 pm

    I got the miter cutting tool to evenly file the top ends of a ring shank flat so you can solder your bezel on a flat even surface. Great tool for many uses.

  3. avatar

    Sally

    March 8, 2016 at 10:09 am

    Love the video, Kate. Would like another one showing what all of the other features of this vise are for. I own the vise but don’t understand all of its uses yet. Thanks!!

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