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P/N 3012 Hold Down Set 
Regularly $26.25, Save $5.25, Now only $21
 

Sherline now offers two types of strap clamp hold-down sets. Strap clamps provide the most versatile method of clamping work to the mill table.

This basic hold-down set consists of two strap clamps complete with bolts, T-nuts, washers, and a variety of lengths of socket head cap screws. These clamps are adjustable so that they can accommodate materials of different thickness, and they can be used to hold parts of almost any shape. Height is adjusted by turning the carriage bolt. The round head of the carriage bolt is placed on a washer on the mill table to keep from damaging the table surface. The various length socket head screws are used in T-nuts in the table slots to pull the clamp down on the part. Maximum height adjustment is about 1-3/16" with the screws provided.

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P/N 3013 Step Block Hold Down Set
Regularly $42, Save $8.40, Now only $33.60

This set is an upgraded version of the P/N 3012 hold-down set that is both easier to use and holds a larger range of part sizes. This style clamp set has long been popular on full-size milling machines, and we now produce a nice set suitable for miniature machine tools. The step blocks are notched as are the back of the clamps to make it quick and easy to set your clamps to the proper height. A selection of threaded studs from 1" to 3-1/2" is provided to allow a variety of heights to be selected quickly. The nut and washer design is a nice touch too. The bottom of the nut is convex while the top of the washer has a matching concave surface. Even if the clamp isn’t level, the washer will seat flat on top of it while applying even pressure. Also provided is a spare, unanodized step block that you can cut down to make smaller size step blocks for low setups. At least one set of hold-down clamps should be considered a necessity for every milling machine owner.Maximum height of part that can be clamped with the screws provided is about 3" (76 mm).

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P/N 3559 90° Angle Plate
Regularly $105, Save $21, Now only $84 

This angle plate is a very useful work-holding fixture for milling. It can be used to hold parts on either the vertical or horizontal surface. Parts can also be held from two directions at once for extra-secure mounting. It has large 3" x 3" x 10" surfaces with two T-slots running full length on each. It is made from extruded aluminum with accurately machined faces and a black anodized finish. Provided with the plate are six 10-32 x 3/8" mounting screws and T-nuts.

This fixture is not limited to use on Sherline tools. Like the rotary table and some other Sherline accessories, it could be useful on larger machines in your shop as well.

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P/N 3561 90° Angle Plate (short)
Regularly $63, Save $12.60, Now only $50.40

This angle plate is a very useful work-holding fixture for milling. It is 3-1/2" long as opposed to the P/N 3559 90° angle plate which is 10" long. Parts can also be held from two directions at once. It can be used to hold parts on either the vertical or horizontal surface, but it's short length gives it the additional advantage of being able to be oriented either parallel to or perpendicular to the mill table, giving you some extra setup options when working on small parts. It has two T-slots running full length on each face. It is made from extruded aluminum with accurately machined faces and a black anodized finish. Provided with the plate are four 10-32 x 3/8" mounting screws and T-nuts.

This fixture is not limited to use on Sherline tools. Like the rotary table and some other Sherline accessories, it could be useful on larger machines in your shop as well.

 

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P/N 3551 Mill Vise
Regularly $78.75, Save $15.75, Now only $63

The most convenient way to hold small parts for milling is with the milling vise. Milling vises are different from other machine vises in that they are designed to hold the movable jaw down while clamping, eliminating any chance for the jaw to lift. It is also accurately made. A cheap drill press vise is almost useless on a milling machine, because it can’t be accurately aligned to the machine. The Sherline milling vise is sized just right to be the perfect working companion to the Sherline milling machine. The jaws are 2.00" (50.8mm) wide by 1.00" (25.4mm) deep and open a full 2.00" (50.8mm). The fixed jaw has both a horizontal and vertical "V" groove to facilitate holding round bar stock. The vise includes two clamps for use in attaching it to the milling machine. These clamps are the same as the 4-jaw hold-down set (P/N 3058).

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P/N 3570 Rotating Vise Base 
Regularly $105, Save $21, Now only $84 

When mounting the mill vise to the table, this base will allow the vise to be rotated to any angle. The red anodized base is laser engraved with angle measurements in 1° increments all the way around. A witness mark is engraved on the side of the rotating collar that holds the vise. The locking washers can be loosened, which allows the vise to slide forward and back in the fixture for further adjustment. A locking ring underneath pulls the collar down onto the base to lock it securely when the two hold-down screws are tightened. The low profile tooling plate base only raises the height of the vise 1/2". Four T-nuts and hold-down bolts are included.The rotating vise base eliminates clamping and unclamping the vise to produce angles. Once mounted square to the table, the vise can be positioned using the laser engraved protractor scale as a guide for setting the angle. Properly positioned, the rotating base can even be used as a simple rotary table to drill or machine small, radially symmetrically patterns.

If you do not already have a vise and are considering purchasing both a vise and a rotating base, they can be purchased together at a price that is less than the two purchased individually. The part number for the vise and base together is P/N 3575.

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P/N 3575 Rotating Mill Vise Assembly 
Regularly $173.25, Save $34.65, Now only $138.60

A milling vise is a versatile way to hold parts securely. It is accurately made so it can be aligned to the mill table. It also has a jaw that pulls down as well as in to keep parts from being pulled up by the milling cutter.

When mounting the mill vise to the table, this base will allow the vise to be rotated to any angle. The red anodized base is laser engraved with angle measurements in 1° increments all the way around. A witness mark is engraved on the side of the rotating collar that holds the vise. The locking washers can be loosened, which allows the vise to slide forward and back in the fixture for further adjustment. A locking ring underneath pulls the collar down onto the base to lock it securely when the two hold-down screws are tightened. The low profile tooling plate base only raises the height of the vise 1/2". Four T-nuts and hold-down bolts are included.The rotating vise base eliminates clamping and unclamping the vise to produce angles. Once mounted square to the table, the vise can be positioned using the laser engraved protractor scale as a guide for setting the angle. Properly positioned, the rotating base can even be used as a simple rotary table to drill or machine small, radially symmetrically patterns.

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