Grizzly H8188 Owner's manual

Grizzly H8188 Owner's manual
MODEL H8188
MULTIPURPOSE VISE
INSTRUCTION SHEET
Introduction
Specifications
Flat Jaw Size ......................................... 4" x 13⁄16"
Maximum Jaw Opening .................................... 4"
Pipe Jaw Maximum Diameter ....................... 17⁄8"
Maximum Throat Depth ................................. 2¼"
Mounting Pattern .............. 100mm/4-hole square
Base Swivel Capability .................................360°
Jaw Rotation Capability ................................360°
Weight .......................................................22 lbs.
Site Considerations
Placement Location
Consider the existing and anticipated needs, the
size of the material to be held in the vise, and the
space for auxiliary stands, work tables or other
machinery when establishing a location for your
new vise. See Figure 2 for the minimum working
clearances.
14"
22"
Figure 2. Minimum clearances.
Figure 1. Model H8188 Multipurpose Vise.
This vise is not a toy. DO NOT use as a
crushing tool and never clamp a container with compressed or explosive contents.
Serious injury may occur if this vise is used
incorrectly.
Workbench Load
The H8188 Multipurpose Vise weighs 22 lbs.
Some workbenches may require additional reinforcement to support both the vise, the workpiece,
and any hammering or prying forces that may be
applied to each.
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Mounting
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The multipurpose vise must be mounted to a workbench to avoid accidental tipping. If you intend to
use the vise for portable applications, mount it to
a heavy metal or plywood base (at least 1" thick)
that is wide enough to prevent tipping or rocking
during use, then clamp the base to a workbench
or table.
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To mount the multipurpose vise:
1.
Place the vise in its chosen location, making
sure that all four corners of the vise sit flat on
the mounting surface.
2.
Transfer the mounting pattern directly from
the vice to the workbench by marking though
the vice mounting holes.
3.
Figure 4. Example of a direct mount setup.
4.
Check the stability of the mounted vise to
make sure it is stable enough to be used
safely.
5.
Always make sure the vise is bolted or
clamped to the workbench or table before
use.
Attach the vise to the workbench using one of
the methods outlined below.
Note: DO NOT overtighten the mounting
bolts or you may crack the vise base.
The strongest mounting option is a "Through
Mount" (Figure 3) where holes are drilled all the
way through the workbench, and hex bolts, washers, and hex nuts are used to secure the vise to
the workbench.
Operations
To maximize the life of your vise:
•
Do not use cheater pipes on the handles to
increase tightening force.
•
Do not heat or weld on the vise.
•
Do not store the vise in wet or damp locations.
•
Only use the anvil for light tapping and
workpiece shaping. Do not use large hammers and avoid hammering directly on the
jaws.
•
Do not pry on clamped materials in such a
way that may bend or break the vise.
•
Do not hammer the levers tight.
Figure 3. Example of a through mount setup.
•
Another option for mounting is a "Direct Mount"
(Figure 4) where the vise is simply secured to the
workbench with a lag screw.
When loosening the jaws, make sure your
hands will not hit the workpiece, workbench
or vise when the handle breaks free.
•
Every few years, disassemble, clean, and
lubricate the vise using lithium grease.
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H8188 Multipurpose Vise
Features Overview
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B
E
C
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A. Jaw Opening Scale: Can be used to approximate the jaw opening size.
F.
Base Locking Levers: Allow the base to
be swiveled 360° for maximum flexibility and
locked for stability.
B. Anvil Face: Provides a strong and stable
surface for hammering malleable materials
with a small hammer.
G. Mounting Base: Used to attach the vise to a
workbench or other suitable surface.
C. Rotating Jaws: Allow 360° of movement and
are locked by tightening of the jaw. Scale
provides approximate angle readings through
180°.
H. Pipe Jaws: Clamp pipes and other cylindrical workpieces. For easier access, they can
be positioned at the top by rotating the main
jaws.
D. Standard Jaws: Clamp flat-edged workpieces.
I.
E.
Main Vise Handle: Used to clamp and lock
the jaws.
H8188 Multipurpose Vise
Cut Jaws: Clamp irregularly shaped objects
or pieces of pipe too short to be clamped by
the pipe jaws.
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H8188 Parts Breakdown and List
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REF PART #
DESCRIPTION
REF PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
HANDLE
LEADSCREW
MOVING JAW
JAW FACEPLATE
PHLP HD SCR M5-.8 X 8
OUTER CUT JAW
CAP SCREW M5-.8 X 8
RIVET
MOVING JAW SCALE
CAP SCREW M5-.8 X 12
INNER PIPE JAW
STATIONARY JAW
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
INNER CUT JAW
ROTATION SCALE
VISE BODY
BASE LOCK
BASE LOCK LEVER
BACK PLATE
STOP WASHER
CAP SCREW M4-.7 X 30
SPECIAL NUT M10-1.5
COTTER PIN 2 X 30
BASE
BASE LOCK RING
PH8188001
PH8188002
PH8188003
PH8188004
PS05M
PH8188006
PSB03M
PH8188008
PH8188009
PSB33M
PH8188011
PH8188012
PH8188013
PH8188014
PH8188015
PH8188016
PH8188017
PH8188018
PH8188019
PSB21M
PH8188021
PH8188022
PH8188023
PH8188024
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