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  1. Workbench Clamp Organiser

    I decided that the clamp Organiser that I made a year ago has outlived its usefulness. I saw this design online and it's suitable to store C-Clamps and Quick Grip clamps.( the c clamps are held by its handles and not the jaws, and the quick grip are the opposit of that in which you physically...
  2. Where Am I Supposed To Hang 114 Clamps?

    I had purchased one of those cheap metal angle racks (pic 6) several years ago and thought it would be fine, but it's really just a piece of junk. I was sick and tired of tripping over, and never being able to find the right clamp. Looked at lots of inspiring racks here on LJ's and came up...
  3. Jigs & Fixtures
    I came across a statement that most glues need about 250 psi for good adhesion, too much more will starve the joint. and too little will not take advantage of thin wall stress conditions. Then I thought, well, how much am I applying? I crank down kinda hard and make sure the glue squeezes out...
  4. Blogs
    Wooden C_Clamps I have recently started using SketchUp after a few unsuccessful previous attempts. You Tube tutorials helped me this time round. I find SketchUp quite useful as it helps me to put ideas to virtual paper and it also helps to print out templates which came in quite handy with my...
  5. Blogs
    Andy Klein is at it again! Andy Klein invented a new kind of woodworking clamp. He modified a regular parallel clamp so that it can be used as both a regular parallel clamp for day to day clamping tasks AND it can also be used as a panel clamp when you want to glue up a panel. The way I got...
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