GyroJaw Pivoting Vise and Clamp Jaw, Clamp The Un-Clampable!

Clamp the un-clampable in any clamp or vise! Gyrojaw features a 2" x 3-1/4" face on one side and a 1" diameter ball head on the other that makes it possible to secure tough to clamp tapered cylinders or compound angles quickly and easily. Made in USA.Technical Details:2" x 3-1/4" face with a 1" diameter ball head that swivels in clamp or vise jaws to hold tapered rounds and angled objects securelySecures tapered cylindersGrips compound angles Clamps tapers verticallyWorks with pieces angled up to 25°Strong, compact design lasts a lifetimePerfect for every level of woodcrafterMade in USA

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