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Comparison between the Winn Speed Lock Vise and the Kurt Vise

Comparison between the Winn Speed Lock Vise and the Kurt Vise

Comparing the Winn Speed Lock Vise to the Kurt Vise Since coming out with the Winn Speed Lock 6″ Vise a few years ago, I am asked on a regular basis how the Winn Speedlock compares to the Kurt vises. To begin with Kurt makes an excellent product and has for a... read more
Custom Machining for Nylon Sheaves

Custom Machining for Nylon Sheaves

  Recently at Winn Mfg. we received an order for two different rope sheaves made from MDS Nylon. The machining for these parts was done on two of our CNC lathes. These particular parts were a little different from the type of sheave we normally do, in that the... read more
Winn Speed Lock Demo at Southwestern Industries Open House

Winn Speed Lock Demo at Southwestern Industries Open House

Southwestern Industries is having an open house to display their Trak CNC machines on March 15th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. The location of the open house is 167B Memorial Drive, Unit 3, Shrewsbury, MA 01545 Winn Manufacturing will be demonstrating the Quick Change Vise... read more
Winn Speed Lock Vise Introduces New Protective Covers

Winn Speed Lock Vise Introduces New Protective Covers

Recently at Winn Speed Lock Vise we designed a set of covers to be used on the movable mounting block and the fixed mounting block to keep chips out of the slots where the round nuts and 1/2-13 socket head cap screws drop into. We have found that this has only been an... read more
Rebooting CNC Parameters on 1997 Fanuc RoboDrill

Rebooting CNC Parameters on 1997 Fanuc RoboDrill

Back in December of 2016 we had a problem with our Fanuc RoboDrill here at Winn Mfg., manufacturer of the Winn Speed Lock Vise. On a Monday morning I had our tooling and fixture machinist, who was working on a new fixture for a job on our Fanuc RoboDrill (Circa 1997... read more
Demo Show

Demo Show

I have been talking with Mick Wilkinson of Southwestern Industries that makes and sell the Trak CNC Milling Machines. Mick works out of their Shrewsbury MA office. They had a Demo Show today and I went down to talk with him about Southwestern Industries using the Winn... read more
Great News!

Great News!

I have been contacting distributors in New England that sell to machine shops to try to get them to pick up the Winn Speed Lock Vise as a product line. I spoke with Mark Windheim of Windheim Tool in Rochester today and he very interested and says he has a customer... read more
The First 30

The First 30

We received the first 30 vises in from California today and they look great. We will begin production on the modification of the mounting blocks this week and then start moving forward with marketing of the Winn Speed Lock Vise with the integrated quick change jaw... read more