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VISEVolunteers for Isolated Students' Education (Australia)
VISEVenus In-Situ Explorer (US NASA)
ViSeVirtual Secretary
VISEVideo and Image Systems Engineering (Purdue University; Indiana)
VISEVirtual Infantry Section Experiment (military simulation; Australia)
VISEValcom Incremental Shaft Encoder (Valcom Manufacturing Group, Inc.; Canada)
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Plusieurs mesures ont deja vise le secteur de l'immigration aux Etats-Unis.
The first thing you will need is a sturdy bench vise (5 to 6-inch jaws) to hold your parts or tools.
This General vise sees the second most use in my shop, usually to cut off pins or shape a part.
I just clamp the handle in the larger vise and then place the smaller item in the chuck.
Un attentat a la voiture piegee a vise mardi dernier l'ambassade de France a Tripoli, blessant deux gendarmes francais et provoquant d'importants degats, dans la premiere attaque contre des interets francais en Libye depuis la chute du regime de Mouammar Kadhafi en 2011.
Vise says that his lecture, Athletics and Business, Lessons Learned for a Long-Term Win, drew upon his lessons learned participating in sports.
This bench includes the signature features of a traditional woodworking bench: a thick, flat top designed to take a pounding; a tail vise and a face vise, mounted one at each end, for securing stock; and an overhanging top that allows you to clamp stock to the edges.
The series of interchangeable jaw plates provide an expandable workholding system for Tormach's 5" vise and include the Super Soft Jaws[TM], the V Block Jaw Plate and the Pin Jaw Plate.
In most shops, the humble bench vise is the center of any real gunsmith's work space.
When the operator pushes a button, the sawframe senses the material size, the vise clamps, the sawframe makes the cut at the preset rate, then returns to clear the workpiece, opening the vise opens, ready for the next cut.
Airmen must forcefully torque an arbor chuck held in a bench vise to install/remove the cutter from the arbor.