TWA6 - Robert E Goode Technical Writing ENG-201-OL011...

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Robert E Goode Technical Writing ENG-201-OL011 Spring Semester 0451848 Thomas Edison State College Writing Assignment #6 Part A: A. The jaws are made of cast iron and have removable faces of hardened tool steel. B. The machinist uses a small stationary holding device called the machinist's bench vise to grip the work securely when performing bench operations. C. For a firmer grip on heavy work, serrated faces are usually inserted. D. In addition to the typical bench vise described here, there are many other varieties and sizes. E. It is essential for holding work pieces when filing, sawing, and clipping. F. A vise consists of a fixed jaw, a movable jaw, a screw, a nut fastened in the fixed jaw, and the handle by which the screw is turned to position the movable jaw. G. To protect soft metal or finished surfaces from dents and scratches, false lining jaws are often set over the regular jaws. H. This holding device is about the size of a small grinding wheel and is fastened to the workbench in a similar manner. I. These lining jaws can be made from paper, leather, wood, brass, copper, or lead.
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