Moxon Vise Woodworking Project With Video Tutorial - Beginners Project

Introduction: Moxon Vise Woodworking Project With Video Tutorial - Beginners Project

About: Warren is owner of www.onewood.com.au I create entertaining woodworking videos on YouTube | Self confessed Woodworking Nut | Me-Mo and may have an addiction to woodworking tools.

How to Make a Moxon Vise on the Cheap, in this Woodworking project video we are going to learn how to make a Moxon Vise, this project would also be easy for a beginner in woodworking to make.

This woodworking project required limited tools and is an easy beginner project.

We will go through the steps to make the Moxson Vise and as well as learn some woodworking techniques like using a chisel.

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Step 1: Some Picture of the Progress

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    11 Discussions

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    seamster
    seamster

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Very nicely done! I need to make a nice vise for myself like this. Beautiful work!

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    MoserLabs
    MoserLabs

    5 years ago on Introduction

    How well do those rods turn? I've made one with pipe and large threaded rod and it didn't work as well as I had hoped. I was hoping to work with that and not have to order ACME rod instead

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    danipeis
    danipeis

    5 years ago on Introduction

    I am a beginner , and I loved your project. I'll try to do it and I hope to show it soon ;))

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    hegure_ryu
    hegure_ryu

    5 years ago

    Like the design with regular stuff from the hardware store.

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    r-philp
    r-philp

    5 years ago on Introduction

    That's a beautifully simple build. Well Done.

    I think I may try to build one with gears for the crank handles and a smaller gear in between to keep the jaws parallel all the time.