Discussion in 'DIY' started by whoaru99, Jul 5, 2017.
Any recommendations for a circuit board vise/holder?
I'm using this . Works really well but you need a smooth surface
Yeah, I have the PanaVise suction base and vise attachment (381 set up). I'd looked at the 315 holder but some of the amazon reviews seemed questionable so I was a bit reserved.
It's good though?
I've had very good luck with it. In fairness i never tried comparable pieces but also i never felt the need
Fair enough. I'll order one and see how it works out.
I hope it works out for you. I can't see how it wouldn't
It should. I'll know this Friday.
I've been seeing these for sale lately. For the limited amount of time I would need/use them I can't justify the expense,and like everything from Hakko,the Omnivise isn't cheap,although they do seem to be well made. I use the one in the second picture,at a mere 20 buck
I'd seen these too.
I use this one, very good
Arrived on schedule. Looks like it should work just fine.
Use these at work. http://www.productiondevices.com/PC Board Holder.htm.
How'd that work out?
It's still in the box; like the rest of the project.
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I use the Panavise 315 and it does the job, but if I were doing volume, I'd opt for a rotisserie type circuit board holder. I'd also like to have it mountable in a ball base.
For work other than assembly of multiple PCBs, I have a strong preference for this style of jeweler's vise:
Jaws made of insulative material are available. Unfortunately, I'm not aware of any economical source at this time.
Who makes that beautiful vise?
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