TABLE BASES FOR GLASS TABLES. SIMPLE WOOD TABLE. DINING ROOM KITCHEN TABLE.
Did a big house cleaning this past weekend and re-arranged some stuff in the house. On a whim, Will & I went out to Pasadena on Saturday evening during the heaviest rain and bought a large round glass table top off of someone on Craig's List and then made a new coffee table for the living room. Will just made a base for it on the fly out of scraps of plywood he had in the garage! We had a rectangular Heywood Wakefield coffee table prior to this and it was too puny for the room set up. This looks so much better!
We found this in a local antique shop. George stipped it and painted it with this great Krylon metalflake Park Bench Green paint. I'm going to build a base for it and get a piece of glass cut for it to use as a "coffee table" for the settee.
The PanaVise 201 "Junior" miniature vise is a combination of quality workmanship and durability, ease of adjustment and available accessories. Designed for use in small projects requiring precise soldering, gluing and tool work, the 201 Junior miniature vise features tilt adjustability up to 210-degrees along with 360-degree turns and rotations, fine and course clamping abilities, grooved jaws for easy holding power, heat-tolerant jaws, compatibility with other vise components and more.
Split-ball joint allows the vise head to move across 3-planes.
Turn, Tilt and Rotate Clamped Items at Will
The PanaVise Model 201 Junior miniature vise is a versatile, multi-use mini-vise that is suitable for use in everything from arts and crafts, to model making, electronics and other small projects. Lightweight, yet durable, the vise is designed around a vise head assembly constructed of a black glass reinforced thermal composite alloy connected to a die cast zinc base by PanaVise's patented ball joint clamp system, known as a "split-ball." The split-ball system not only holds items within the vise head assembly securely in position, but also allows for maneuvering of them along three separate planes. The complete range of mobility possible with the split-ball joint clamp system is a 210-degree tilt to the left or right, along with either an angled rotation or level turn range of 360 degrees. This range of mobility, especially the large left-to-right tilt, allows you to rearrange items being worked on into virtually any position, limiting the need to adjust the overall position of the vise or the item within the vise.
Well-suited to small precision jobs like arts and crafts, and model making.
Grooved jaws and heat tolerance make it good for electronics as well.
The head assembly of the PanaVise 201 Junior miniature vise contains a number of convenient additional features users will find valuable. The first of these revolves around is its ability to securely and safely hold items. Although the 1" wide by 2" tall, the jaws of the 201 Junior miniature vise are able to secure both tough small jobs as well as delicate jobs by way of their dual adjustment mechanism that allows for both course and fine adjustments. In addition, the holding power of the jaws can be softened further with an optional padded accessory for holding extremely delicate items (sold separately). Next, the upper ends of both jaws contain grooved ridges. These ridges are designed for detailed work with flat, angled items like circuit boards. Also, since ideal vise uses such as circuit board wiring and jewelry making, involve soldering, the vise head assembly of the PanaVise 201 Junior miniature vise is highly resistant to heat, with a continuous heat tolerance to 350 degrees F (177 degrees C) and intermittent heat up to 450 degrees F (204 degrees C).
Flexible Base Mount Options
The PanaVise 201 Junior miniature vise offers great flexibility of its mount possibilities. The zinc base included can be used as a stand-alone support when working with light items, or can be used to secure the vise permanently to a flat surface via its three countersunk holes (screws not included). In addition to this, the PanaVise 201 Junior miniature vise is compatible with a range of base accessories that allow for mounting and using your vise wherever your work takes you.
Multi-use mini-vise suited to small-sized projects like arts and crafts, model making, electronics, jewelry making and more
The easy-to-use "split-ball" adjustment element utilizes single knob controls for head movement through 3-planes
Fine/coarse adjusting knob controls jaw pressure for delicate work
Grooved jaws are excellent for holding small objects and are made of reinforced thermal composite plastic
Durable, heat-tolerant vise head assembly construction
The vise features compatibility with all PanaVise base mounts and many other accessories
Overall height: 6-3/4" (173 mm)
Rotation: 360 degrees
Swivel: 360 degrees
Pivot: 210 degrees
Continuous heat tolerance: Up to 350 degrees F (177 degrees C)
Intermittent heat tolerance: Up to 450 degrees F (204 degrees C)
Vise opening: up to 2.875" (73 mm)
Jaw width: 1" (25.4 mm)
Jaw height: 2" (50.8 mm)
Weight: 1.2 lbs. (0.6 kg)
4.3125" (109.5 mm) diameter bolt circle
.300" center hole
Three counter sunk holes for 1/4" (6.3 mm) flathead screws (not included)
Compatible with other PanaVise base mounts
What's in the Box
PanaVise model 201 "Junior" miniature vise (includes model 203 PanaVise head assembly, PanaVise Junior base)
User's manual and warranty information
Limited Lifetime Warranty
All PanaVise products are warranted against defective materials and/or workmanship to all original consumer owners from the date of original consumer purchase for the lifetime of ownership by the original consumer owner. In the event of defective materials and/or workmanship, PanaVise Products, Inc. will, without charge, repair or replace, at its option, the defective product within 60-days from the receipt of the defective product. The Warranty does not apply to damage not resulting from defective materials and/or workmanship while in the possession of the original consumer or to unreasonable use by the original consumer, which includes but is not limited to improper installation, or failure to provide reasonable and necessary maintenance.
Founded in 1957 by tool and die maker Otto Colbert and currently headquartered in Reno, Nevada, PanaVise is a leader in work holding products. Over the years, a natural outgrowth of this expertise has been continued development of other items which hold things securely and offer a wide range of motion. Important areas in which this has been applied include, Electronics, CCTV Camera Mounts, and Audio/Video Mounts, earning PanaVise the nickname the "the hold it anywhere you want it company."