Some time ago we lost contact with our supplier of variable-angle wooden clamps. He simply disappeared. At the time we regretted this very much, seeing these clamps of good quality came at a very attractive price. Today we see this more as a stroke of luck. Because we might never have had the opportunity to discover these new clamps with their unbeatable quality. They come from Dubuque on the Mississippi in the USA and we were impressed by their outstanding manufacturing quality.
The right-angled jaws clamp evenly over the whole contact area, reliably preventing any clamping surfaces from being damaged. In most cases you’ll be able to do without shims or packing. What’s more, because the jaws of the clamps can be set at various angles, the workpieces you want to glue together do not need to have parallel clamping surfaces. This makes the wooden clamps extremely versatile. For instance, they can be used as a handy extra vice. Clamped in the front vice of a workbench they can be used, much like a Moxon vice, to raise the working height for a more relaxed position when sawing by hand.
|Jaw length||Clamping width||Clamping depth||CodePrice|
|102 mm||57 mm||51 mm|
|152 mm||76 mm||76 mm|
|203 mm||127 mm||102 mm|
|254 mm||178 mm||127 mm|
|305 mm||235 mm||152 mm|
|356 mm||260 mm||178 mm|