: $487.80 USD
The D675 vise has a 7 1/2" jaw opening. The machined rail allows precision alignment. The stationary jaw features an integral key and larger fasteners that reduces deflection by 50%. Powder coat paint resists coolant-induced peeling for greater corrosion protection.
Your Kurt vise is a professional tool and should be maintained.It is very important to perform regularly maintenance on your
Kurt vise to assure proper operation. Improper maintenance
will result in poor vise performance and may void your warranty.
Daily / Weekly
1. Remove chips from surface of vise.
2. Visually inspect for chips, seals for damage and cleanliness.
3. Visually inspect for chip entrapments and remove when necessary.
4. Air-dry and apply rust inhibiting oil to the machined surface of
1. Open the vise to the maximum opening.
2. In the back of the movable jaw (handle end, center hole) loosen
the socket head set screw (approx. 6 turns), with the hex key
(Allen wrench) in the set-screw socket lift up and forward to
pivot the jaw off of the vise bed.
3. Slide the jaw slightly toward the stationary jaw and lift up to
remove the jaw from the “hook” of the nut. Note: A spherical
segment (shaped as ½ of a steel ball) is inside the cavity of the
movable jaw and may fall out as the jaw is removed. Take care
not to lose or misplace the spherical segment.
4. Turn the movable jaw over and clean the inside cavity. Also
clean the spherical segment.
5. Remove chips, clean and apply a light coat of machine oil to
the machined surface of the following items:
a. Nut and screw assembly (clean exposed threads on
b. Bed of vise (top of “rails”)
c. Inside of the vise between the center ways.