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6" Handscrew Clamp

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This classic 6" cabinetmaker’s bench clamp is for gluing and assembly. It has a deep throat and can be used to apply a broad area of evenly distributed pressure or concentrated at one point of...

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This classic 6" cabinetmaker’s bench clamp is for gluing and assembly. It has a deep throat and can be used to apply a broad area of evenly distributed pressure or concentrated at one point of contact. Durable, oiled, hard maple jaws will not mar the work and are less likely to slip than steel jaws. Drawn carbon steel screws pivot to allow the jaws to grip nonparallel surfaces. Jaw length: 6"; throat depth: 3"; open capacity: 3". Made in USA

  • 6" cabinetmaker's bench clamp for gluing and assembly
  • Durable, oiled, hard maple jaws
  • Will not mar the work
  • Drawn carbon steel screws pivot
  • Made in USA

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    Handscrew clamps prevail

    A classic design. Great for clamping surfaces that are not intended to be parallel!

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