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What is the exact name?? No one says it here

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On Thursday, July 16, 2020 at 6:14:04 PM UTC-4, Dl wrote:
replying to Ed Edelenbos, Dl wrote:
What is the exact name?? No one says it here


First, this thread is about 11 years old.

Second, the post just before yours (Knotbob, 1/29/09) includes the name in
the first sentence.
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Searching under "vise" instead of "vice" gives results much more pertinent.
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A couple of bench dogs in vice and bench?

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On Tuesday, 27 January 2009 at 21:38:25 UTC, Albert wrote:
Is there a tool, what is it called, that works the opposite of a
vice. Something to put between two boards and apply some force
outward to help separate them. I am thinking of space distances of a
few inches to almost a foot if possible.

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A couple of bench dogs in vice and bench?

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On Tuesday, 27 January 2009 at 21:38:25 UTC, Albert wrote:
Is there a tool, what is it called, that works the opposite of a
vice. Something to put between two boards and apply some force
outward to help separate them. I am thinking of space distances of a
few inches to almost a foot if possible.



One of those jacks to lift vehicles whose form is a diamond, maybe with
some modifications.


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Le 28/07/2020 √* 09:47, ck a √©crit¬*:
Le 28/07/2020 √* 09:26, Madder&Madder Media a √©crit¬*:
A couple of bench dogs in vice and bench?

C.
On Tuesday, 27 January 2009 at 21:38:25 UTC, Albert wrote:
Is there a tool, what is it called, that works the opposite of a
vice. Something to put between two boards and apply some force
outward to help separate them. I am thinking of space distances of a
few inches to almost a foot if possible.



One of those jacks to lift vehicles whose form is a diamond, maybe with
some modifications.


In order to be precise: a minni scissor jack. See

https://www.alibaba.com/showroom/mini-scissor-jack.html


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9unWI16ASk
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On Tuesday, July 28, 2020 at 4:02:01 AM UTC-4, ck wrote:
Le 28/07/2020 √* 09:47, ck a √©crit¬*:
Le 28/07/2020 √* 09:26, Madder&Madder Media a √©crit¬*:
A couple of bench dogs in vice and bench?

C.
On Tuesday, 27 January 2009 at 21:38:25 UTC, Albert wrote:
Is there a tool, what is it called, that works the opposite of a
vice. Something to put between two boards and apply some force
outward to help separate them. I am thinking of space distances of a
few inches to almost a foot if possible.



One of those jacks to lift vehicles whose form is a diamond, maybe with
some modifications.


In order to be precise: a minni scissor jack. See

https://www.alibaba.com/showroom/mini-scissor-jack.html


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9unWI16ASk


Although the original question was asked over a decade ago, one key issue
still remains:

"Something to put between two boards and apply some force outward to help
separate them"

No where do I see any indication of how close these boards are together
or anything else related to their (then) current orientation.

Kinda tough to make a recommendation as to what to use unless we know what
the OP is (was) trying to do.
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On 7/28/2020 11:43 AM, DerbyDad03 wrote:
....

Although the original question was asked over a decade ago, one key issue
still remains:

"Something to put between two boards and apply some force outward to help
separate them"

....

There's a tool for that--it's often mistaken for a screwdriver...

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