Hey guys, Rick here from Elijah Tooling.
I just wanted to talk to you today about what is going on in this machine right now. It has got to do with our FLEXVISE™ Reversible Modular Dovetail Vise product. I'm just going to shut this down and we will take a look at what is happening here.
What we have here is we have got four FLEXVISE™ Reversible Modular Dovetail Vise holding this block. You can see that the block is bigger than what is typical for a dove tail vise. That is what is so cool about the FLEXVISE™ Reversible Modular Dovetail Vise; it can be driven from both sides and it has gripping from both sides of that pusher.
I just thought that I would get this out there before our competitors start copying this particular feature. We are pretty excited about it.
As you can see, the FLEXVISE™ Reversible Modular Dovetail Vise at the front and the one at the back are gripping the part. These FLEXVISE™ Reversible Modular Dovetail Vise could be thirty inches apart or even a hundred inches apart and you can still dove tail the part
We think this is a very cool feature. We are going to get into a more detailed, feature-packed video about the FLEXVISE™ Reversible Modular Dovetail Vise, but since we were kind of ending the day, I thought that it would be great to pass it on to you.
Thank you for your time.
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On today’s podcast, we interview Rick Miller, owner, and co-founder of Elijah Tooling, a company that sells innovative CNC work holding equipment. Rick has a knack for coming up with unique products and has several patents in the work holding sector. He says that innovative ideas are vital for success but getting customers to buy into those ideas is what makes for a successful business.
Question: What tool would you like to see invented?
So what we're going to do, is we're going to load our vices, we're going to load a part, we're going to probe it in, we're going to cut it. And then, we're going to go to the next step; which is to load our trunnion, load it, load a part and start it up. What's the point? Well, we're trying to show you how fast you can load and unload your parts of course. And then, also how fast it is to bring the trunnion in, and precisely locate it; get it into place and start machining with it.