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Have you heard of "vector clamping"?

05-11-2019 11:02 AM by WoodshopTherapy | 9 comments »

Vector Clamping is a new term I recently learned. When I clamp odd shapes, such as a pedestal table leg, there isn’t any natural way to clamp the parts. I make cauls using softwood to create a clamping surface so I get force applied in the right direction. I explain this and show 2 examples in this video to share how this works.

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Pedestal Table Leg Repair with Vector Clamping

04-05-2019 09:29 AM by WoodshopTherapy | 1 comment »

Have you ever used “vector clamping”? In a recent table leg repair, I didn’t have anywhere to secure the clamps because the table legs were curved. I made up a caul to apply even clamping pressure exactly where I needed it. I cover this in a video showing the repair process. Let me know what you think with a comment. Thanks, Scott.

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