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Old 01-27-2019, 12:27 PM
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Default TrueCenter CamLock vise on a 90lb Titan

Here is a photo of the TrueCenter CamLock vise on a 90lb Titan.



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Default Re: TrueCenter CamLock vise on a 90lb Titan

Can the TrueCenter CamLock vise be attached to any vise?
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Can the TrueCenter CamLock vise be attached to any vise?
Hi Roger, Yes, it can be used on any vise. Here it is on an early Low Profile Dovetail Vise and a Ray Letourneau Vise.



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Default Re: TrueCenter CamLock vise on a 90lb Titan

I received my Lindsay CamLock with the Titan base on Monday - mounted it up yesterday and did the first microscope work on this M70 Win floor plate. This completely changed my Titan from a stationary revolving vise to centering vise for use under the microscope. I like the Titan for the larger firearms parts that I engrave. With two complete workstations in the studio, I like to have all options open for engraving at both -and for students as well.

Next, I'll have to consider a CamLoc addition for my old Ray LaTourneau Vise.
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