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Nano Vise

by PRIma, published

Nano Vise by PRIma Jan 27, 2017

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Summary

That is a sweet vise which was created by HyMech -but i wanted to go more smaller and down-scaled the files :)
After down-scaling the jaw depth was now just not enough in my opinion and therefore i made some modification to have 5mm jaw-depth.
As the screw itself went small too there is no more handle required (no big clamp force necessary for tiny parts).
I grabbed from johann517's useful G-Clamp just only the knurled Knob and added it to the screw-> fits perfectly!
another modification: slightly bigger slots on the sides

Clamping width approximately max.20mm

Print Settings

Printer:

Rapide Lite 200

Supports:

Doesn't Matter

Resolution:

0.1mm


Notes:

Infill Base&Slider: 15-20% with 2 shells with slow print speed
Infill Screw: 100% with 2 shells with slow print speed

depending on how you place the part on the bed some support is necessary

Post-Printing

pic during printing of the knurled screw

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I had to scale the screw -10% because it didn't fit. Also i had to sand the slider a lot so it fit, but, it works! haha

This will be a handy tool to keep around I think. Also, it could work as the most over engineered chip clip ever.

Nice mashup. I like how you made it work for you.

I'm glad you like it -thank you!

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