GRS TOOLS Standard Block Ball Vise for Engraving and Jewlry Making

GRS TOOLS Standard Block Ball Vise for Engraving and Jewlry Making
GRS TOOLS Standard Block Ball Vise for Engraving and Jewlry Making
GRS TOOLS Standard Block Ball Vise for Engraving and Jewlry Making
GRS TOOLS Standard Block Ball Vise for Engraving and Jewlry Making
GRS TOOLS Standard Block Ball Vise for Engraving and Jewlry Making
GRS TOOLS Standard Block Ball Vise for Engraving and Jewlry Making
GRS TOOLS Standard Block Ball Vise for Engraving and Jewlry Making
GRS TOOLS Standard Block Ball Vise for Engraving and Jewlry Making
GRS TOOLS Standard Block Ball Vise for Engraving and Jewlry Making
GRS TOOLS Standard Block Ball Vise for Engraving and Jewlry Making
GRS TOOLS Standard Block Ball Vise for Engraving and Jewlry Making
GRS TOOLS Standard Block Ball Vise for Engraving and Jewlry Making

GRS TOOLS Standard Block Ball Vise for Engraving and Jewlry Making

GRS Standard Engraving Block Ball Vise. This is an extremely well-made engraving ball vise from GRS. It rotates smoothly with solid central metal shaft. The rotational resistance is adjustable for fine-tuning your work.

Heavy duty construction guarantees years of dependable service. It weighs 25% more than other blocks of comparable size. Furnished with a heavy-duty rubber ring base with 6 raised slippery white buttons Guessing a material similar to Delrin or Teflon? , jaw plates, 2 steel pins that fit primary vise holes, a second set of raised vice plates with small holes and hex wrench. All the parts have some surface spots and scratches from previous owner.

This is an older version with extremely precise milling for center shaft that goes into the base portion of the ball. I used the ball vice solely for wood engraving small boxwood blocks. This will last you a life time if you don't drop it and keep it covered when not in use. The ball is in two sections (2 parts).

The two vice ends and center thread that simply sits in a groove are (3 parts). A ball bearing drops to bottom of hole, a plastic plug, spring and threaded hex screw adjust the tension on the center shaft inside the ball are (4 parts). You can see all the individual parts in the photos.

Each item will be carefully padded and packed. I found printed instructions online and will be included for you to reassemble. Once you see how the ball vise is constructed, and put it back together you will know how to adjust tension to match any amount of resistance needed for each project.

It can be adjusted to swivel freely, with some resistance, or locked down so the turntable portion won't rotate at all. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Jewelry Care, Design & Repair\Jewelry Tools & Workbenches". The seller is "justme001" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
GRS TOOLS Standard Block Ball Vise for Engraving and Jewlry Making