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concerning deep throat clamps

today i went to a store due to picture of clamps they have, i went to check it out, those are relatively cheap - about $20 to $35 and price gets lower depending on the quantity & these are sizing about 60cm, 80cm 120cm, 150cm .. i'll get some of theses maybe next month, but i wonder if any did used deep throat clamps for gluing up table-tops or edge clamping .. practically how these differ than normal ones? also they have about similar to these but with two heads instead of one "on the very right on the picture" - what is the purpose of it?
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I don't see one with two heads and I've never heard of this brand. Got a closer or better photo?

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I have a couple or so deep throat clamps and have most definitely found them useful in the past.


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difalkner, next time i go there i'll take photo of them by myself, this one i posted it is from google maps taken by somebody
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Use them all the time when re-veneering door panels, Love them. They really come in handy when working on larger pieces



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WeebyWoodWorker, GeorgeC thanks you, with respect to edge clamping do these make any problems or it works like any other - like when working with 3/4in or 1in thick boards
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They work just like any other clamp. The only difference is the deeper throat.


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The title gave me a shock. Have heard of a film of that name.
Seriously, I have found Ratchet straps very useful for clamping drawers etc.
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The only bit that I can add about deep throat clamps is that they are easier to bend and get out of square/parallelism. The longer throat offers more leverage to bending.

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someone asked about these a while back. I have six, couple sizes. very handy for keeping things aligned when doing a glue up.
sometimes it's nice to be able to reach and a clamp something . . .


(normally better aligned - this was staged for the pix)


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I think what the OP is referring to as 'double throat' is a pin that runs through the little shaft used to turn to tighten up. From a distance, it appears to be a a second clamping part butit is not

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