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#1 posted 07-13-2012 05:43 AM


Here’s one in normal operation:

Now imagine turning it upside down and mounting it to your workbench. This way the clamp edges are facing up. Next, imagine recessing it into the surface of the bench like you did the T-track. The only part sticking above the bench would be the lever end and the sliding ‘dog’ if you will. Here’s a picture of a double one that shows the clamping mechanism:

I wish I had a pic I could post of mine. Hopefully you’ll see what I’m talking about.

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