* Full in line rotary
vise with user friendly rotation handle
* 360 degree jaw
rotation for inspection and trimming
machined stainless steel construction
* Hardened steel
* One step hook
placement with grooves in jaws
* Jaws hold hooks
from size 6/0 to 32
* Material spring
* Fully adjustable
* Pedestal base
5" x 3.25"; allows rotation and height adjustment
* Adjustable clamp
on pedestal allows for vertical or angled operation
* G-Clamp allows
rotation and height adjustment
* G-Clamp fits
surfaces from up to 1.75" thick
* Maximum height
of vice is 8"
see FULL ROTARY VIDEO DEMO:
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ANVIL ATLAS AND THE ANVIL
Could it be that one is a full rotary vise and the other is
not? NO, they both have full 360 degree
rotation capability. They why is the Atlas more money?
Here’s the answer:
Apex: in-line rotary.
Where the hook is on the horizontal plane to the barrel or top of the vise.
Atlas: off-set rotary. The jaw is off-set at an angle. This
allows the jaw to be moved without conflict with materials.
people use a bobbin cradle with the Atlas. More complex flies can
be made on this vise verses the Apex.
Both will do the job, but when dealing with multiple
materials and glues, the Atlas provides added space for working.
*** The vise manufacturing section of Anvil USA was purchased by Wolff
Industries, Indiana in 2013. Although the name was changed the product
itself has not.
It is still made in the same plant in Indiana, USA.