Making TalonGrip Low Profile Edge Jaws – Part 1

Today we’re going to make a set of vise jaws with gripper teeth that can hold the bottom 0.060″ of a piece of stock in the mill so we can mill the entire perimeter of the part in a single setup.

Several companies make similar products, like Mitee-Bite Talon Grips, but we’re going to make our own in the shop.

If you’d like to follow along with the build, here are some links to some of the tools used in this video:

YG-1 1/4″ 120 degree spotting drill (eBay*):
YG01 1/2″ 90 degree spotting drill (eBay*):
YG-1 Tank-Power 3/8″ powdered metal roughing end mill (eBay*):
YG-1 4-Flute Carbide 1/4″ end mill (eBay*):

*These are affiliate links. When you click one of these links and make a purchase, it helps to support projects and videos like this one.


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  1. Nice video. What quick tool post do you have. I bought a BXA thinking that would fit my G0602. I was wrong. So now I have to sell BXA set and buy the correct size.

  2. These are great vids, very clever little set-up techniques.

  3. Great info. The setup ideas are very valuable even if I never build thes tools.

  4. Great video James! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  5. Surely it would be quicker to cut the drill rod for say 4 pieces and flatten in one set up?

  6. I would really like to get a copy of you fusion files for this…….

  7. Too much work for me to do

  8. Thanks For the vid! is that 3d printed parts bin @34:40 on thingiverse, by any chance?

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