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    same plan of atack with brazing it ?
    pre-heat then slow cool right ? im thinking i dont want to grove it out as much.
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    monte55
    It looks to me like you could put a plate on each side and sandwich the part
    with bolts.

    .......... am i suposed to eat it too.
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    i just dont see how i can bolt it back togather ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by monte55 View Post
    Do you not understand what I meant?
    You're the one who brought up "sandwich"!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by monte55 View Post
    It looks to me like you could put a plate on each side and sandwich the part
    with bolts.


    You reminded me of the old vice I have on my old horizontal mill.
    Somebody welded it and "sandwiched it"...quite crudely... but I use it and it works fine.
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    Unhappy

    the break point on mine dose not really allow for sandwiching. as its broken in a bad spot for that due to the design.

    right now i have a lot else going on right now but will post out some pic's when i get to it ( soon i hope)
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    Default braze

    looks like brazing would be cheap and easy, if it breakes again, melt it out and start over, if money is tight try 312 stainless, i was told by the supplier that its ni rod without the filler in the flux, about jb weld, i bought some to fix leaky rusty oilpan in plow truck, worked great, i took 1/4x2 flatbar- ground it clean, washed it with breakclean, put that crap on, clamped it together, let it set- 3 days at 70 degrees wacked it on the table, instantly 2 pieces on floor, jb wont weld

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller Kirk View Post
    Don't short change the strength of a good brazed joint, I have found that they hold up quite well, in fact better than I would have thought in these types of applications. I have seen many vises brazed and and still take the beating and squeezing abuse just as well after as they did before...But I think the guys that fixed those vises were typically in the front pew every Sunday. go ahead take a crack at it...if you melt it down, no harm you can always put two groves in it and post it on the projects board as an INDUSTRIAL ASH TRAY , and brazing rod is cheap.

    k
    This one was braze repaired by some anonymous farmer with an O/A torch long before my time - it's still holding up just fine.


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