The Taft-Peirce Toolmaker's Knee will be found useful for mounting small work during inspection and layout operations. It is also frequently used as a base element in simple jigs or fixtures, or for holding work on a surface grinder. Pads are finished on the back of each angle for clamping and reference purposes.
The Toolmaker's Knee is made of close-grained cast iron, thoroughly seasoned and carefully heat treated for maximum stability.
|Opposite Sides Parallel and Adjacent Sides Square Within .0001"|
|Style No.||Overall Dimensions||Pad Dimensions (Thickness)||Approximate Weight||Price|
|Length||Width||Height||Table Face||Angle Face||Ground||Scraped|
|9180||3"||2-1/2"||4"||1 x 2-1/2 x 3/4"||1-7/8 x 2-1/2 x 11/16"||4 lbs.||$271||$398|
For additional data, see reference, notes 1, 2, 3, 5, and 7
|Precisely square and parallel, the Toolmaker's Knee may be used on any face or edge for layout, inspection and machining.|
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