Workbench vise – A screw press or bench is a tool used to hold objects or press to paste them or work them with other tools. The screws usually have a fixed jaw and a mobile, which moves towards or direction opposite the other jaw using a pin. A vise is simply a screw which is fixed to a table or bench work for a more stable surface so they can be operated with one hand. Usually they made of metal and are very heavy and expensive. The following guide will allow you to make a rudimentary bench screw with some wooden boards and small presses.
Prepare the table surface workbench vise. This table will protect the surface of the table or bench and give you a smooth work area with which pressers objects. Find a wide table to use as a surface for the screw; you should have about 12 by 18 inches (30 by 45 cm), flat and smooth and be made of any hard material such as metal or wood.
Workbench vise place the table on the edge of the table or bench so that the 18-inch side facing the edge and about 2 or 3 inches (5 to 7.5 cm) of Table hang over edge of table or Bank. Press the table to a table or bench press 1 or 2 inches (2.5 to 5 cm) from each edge of the table. Make sure the table is firmly attached to the table or edge.