Toolroom Vise Mounts on All Three Sides

Designed for use on small machine tables, Kurt’s model KTR35 toolroom vise mounts easily on all three sides to handle a range of workholding projects.

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Designed for use on small machine tables, Kurt’s model KTR35 toolroom vise mounts easily on all three sides to handle a range of workholding projects. Despite an overall length of 10.125" and weighing only 20 lbs, the vise has a clamping force ranging to 4,500 lbs with input torque of 45 foot-pounds. It has a maximum jaw opening of 3.81" on the bed and 4.06" in the step jaw.

Fully chip-guarded, the vise can be mounted through the body or with optional outrigger toe clamps mounted to the outside of the body. All sides of the vise are precision-ground for precision mounting on any of its three sides. Four cavities in the ends of the vise body make mounting with the optional toe clamps fast and easy, the company says.

For added versatility, the KTR35 can be used as a sine vise, providing a quick and accurate method for holding a workpiece at an angle for machining or inspection. By mounting in a receiver vise, the vise can be set at 30-, 45- and 60-degree angles using the locating holes on the stationary side of the vise body.

The vise features a solid, one-piece 80,000-psi ductile iron body with precision-machined components. The robust design provides rugged strength, extra rigidity and long-term accuracy while absorbing machining vibration, Kurt says.