These seem to be the right hammer for the job:
The big one is rated 50 W @ 25 °C ambient. Use two, derated by 50%, times three air-cooled heatsinks for 150 W of low-temperature heating. The little one is 25 W @ 25 °C.
The derating curve is linear from 100% @ 25 °C down to 10% @ 250 °C, when mounted to a square foot of flat aluminum plate: -0.40% / °C.
Assuming a max heater ambient of 150 °F = 65 °C, you can use 84% of full power. Derating by 50% isn’t all that unreasonable.
The relevant hole locations:
- 50 W: X=1.562 inch / 39.67 mm Y=0.844 inch / 21.44 mm
- 25 W: X=0.719 inch / 18.26 mm Y=0.781 inch / 19.84 mm
- 10 W: X=0.562 inch / 14.27 mm Y=0.625 inch / 15.88 mm
Divide those by 2.0 for from-the-center offsets, which may be more useful for manual CNC operations: zero at the resistor mounting center, then back-and-forth from there.
The mounting hole size for 25 & 50 W resistors: 0.125 inch / 3.18 mm diameter, just exactly what you want for a 4-40 mounting screw. Tap drill #43, clearance drill #32 (close fit) or #30 (loose fit).
The mounting hole size for 10 W resistors: 0.094 inch / 2.39 mm to fit a 2-56 screw. Tap drill #50 (better: #49 for 50% threads), clearance drill #43 (close) or #41 (loose).
The Vishay-Dale data sheet is there