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Bessey BOX KR3.550
Item 149520

Revo Fixed Jaw Parallel Clamp, 50", Pair

$124.40

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Each $124.40 $111.96

This 50" fixed jaw parallel clamp features a large, flat parallel clamping surface made of impact and break resistant polyamide that comes with three replaceable pressure caps that are glue, paint...

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This 50" fixed jaw parallel clamp features a large, flat parallel clamping surface made of impact and break resistant polyamide that comes with three replaceable pressure caps that are glue, paint and grease resistant. The internal frame ensures accurate 90-degree angles which are very sturdy even at maximum pressures. A large, comfortable two-component composite handle with a soft plastic insert makes a comfortable grip. Rail protection pieces made of same glue resistant polyamide elevate the workpiece from the rail, and the removable end rail clip ensures that the clamp sits parallel to the rail and can easily be removed to reverse sliding arm for use as a spreader.

  • 50" fixed jaw parallel clamp, pair
  • Large, flat parallel clamping surface
  • Internal frame ensures 90-degree angles even at maximum pressures
  • Replaceable protection caps for delicate surfaces
  • Easily converts to spreader without tools

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4.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Great Clamp

    I use the clamps on my home projects. They have very comfortable grips easy to use and I like the way they keep the 2 ends parrell to each other.

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Better than ever

    These clamps are great. I held off switching to the "REVO" version, thinking the previous fixed jaw Bessey clamps were just fine. But, when they became hard to find, I gave in and ordered these 50" REVO style clamps. They're better than ever - especially the ease of moving the non-fixed head up and down the bar! I always wrestled with the old style when it came to moving the head close to the clamping surface. [...]

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