#### Machine Vise

• Technical Drawing, 12th Edition by Giesecke, Mitchell, Spencer, Hill, Dygdon & Novak. Figure 14.80 - Machine Vise. Prob. 14.52: (1) Draw details. (2) Draw assembly. If assigned, convert dimensions to the decimal-inch system or redesign with metric dimensions. (secure pdf)

#### Project: Vise Assembly

##### Vise Base
• Step 1 - Create 2D sketch of the front view with dimensions from Figure 3-0. Then extrude the shape 3.5“.
• Step 2 - Create front circle
• Create a new sketch on the right view. Draw a circle with radius 0.75” at the midpoint of the top line.
• Extrude the 2D sketch 1.25“, with JOIN option
• Step 3 - Create front screw hole
• Create another 2D sketch and place a point at the center of the circle with radius 0.75”. Then finish sketch.
• Use the Hole command to create hole with diameter 0.625“ and hole depth of 1.25”
• Step 4 - Create 1.5“ and 1.25” slots that cut through the entire base.
• Extrude 2D sketch 8“
• Step 5 - Create securing bolt tabs at the vise base
##### Vise Jaw
• Step 1 - create a 2D sketch of the right view and extrude 1.75”
• Step 2 - create a 2D sketch on the front view, extrude 3.5“ with Join option.
• Step 3 - create a point at the center of the circle in a 2D sketch. After you finish the sketch, use the Hole command, diameter 0.75” and depth 0.5“
##### Vise Key
• Step 1 - create a key that fits into the slots of the jaw. Key dimensions are Length=1.75”, Height=0.1875“, and Width=0.375”. Remember Inventor is picky when constraining parts, so a part that has a width of 1.33“ will not constrain to a part width of 1.333” even though we know it is the same.
##### Vise Screw
• Step 1 - create a 2D sketch of a circle with a diameter of 0.625“ then extrude a length of 6.5”
• Step 2 - on one end, create a 2D sketch of a circle with a diameter of 0.75“ then extrude it a length of 1”
• Step 3 - on the other end, create a 2D sketch of a circle with a diameter of 0.75“ then extrude it a length of 0.5”
• Step 4 - on the end with the 1“ extrusion, create a offset work plane (tangent to surface and parallel to plane). Then draw a circle with diameter 0.375” offset 0.5“ from the end.
• Step 5 - Finally extrude the circle to create the hole.
##### Vise Handle Rod
• Step 1 - create a cylinder with a diameter 0.375” and length 5“
##### Vise Handle Knob
• Step 1 - create a cylinder with a diameter 0.625” and length 0.75“
• Step 2 - create a point at the center of the 0.625” circle
• Step 3 - create a hole at this point, diameter 0.375“ and hole depth 0.5”
• Step 4 - apply a chamfer of 0.0625“ to each outside end of the knob

#### References

• Groz-Tools.com DPV-STD-125 vise from www.grozusa.com
• Wilton Tools technical service 800-274-6846 (8-5pm CST Mon-Fri) spoke with lady on 3/14/2014 at 10:55am (PST) and they don't provide any CADD drawing for their vises and she doesn't know of any other company that does, so she wasn't helpful.
• Textbook: Technical Drawing, 12th Ed by Giesecke, Mitchell, Spencer, Hill, Dygdon, and Novak, Chapter 14 Design and Working Drawings, p. 456 (secure PDF)