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Item 140114
Model 140114

WoodRiver - 2" - Pinch Dog

$35.50

When driven into end grain along a joint, this simple steel 2" pinch dog clamp draws boards tightly together for gluing up panels, table or bench tops, and can be used again and again. Pack of 10....

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When driven into end grain along a joint, this simple steel 2" pinch dog clamp draws boards tightly together for gluing up panels, table or bench tops, and can be used again and again. Pack of 10.


  • Drive in endgrain to edge glue boards
  • Use for assembly and for clamping
  • Use for column assembly
  • Pull joint together
  • 2" width pinch dog, pack of 10

Reviews

3.33 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
  1. 1.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Not worthwhile and poorly made

    I do not believe these are made with decent steel if steel at all. It is very light weight, the metal is soft, and when using them you can see the top mushroom out. What makes it frustrating is that the angle of the interior teeth have this bizarre double set angles which only make it more difficult to use. Pound them in and you either end up with one side biting in and the other side popping out or they bounce right back out of the material. Not too mention when removing them they literally pop up hard from the tension released on the metal which leads me to further believe that this is not steel. Could hit you in the face removing them. I used them on particle board in my cabinet shop and I would not waste my time or money on them. Even if you sharpen and fix the angle it still is too flimsy to be of any real use.

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    convenient and easy to use

    joining boards to make flat panels

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Greatest clamp that most have forgotten

    It is a shame that the greatest and simplest clamp ever created is all but forgotten by young woodworkers today. With these clamps you can bring boards together that you just can't with regular bar or pipe clamps. If used in the end grain they cause almost no cupping of your boards as do other clamping systems. You of course need every type of clamp out there but if I were stranded on a island this would be the only clamp I would choose.

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