I'm looking for any information about the clamps on each side of the pipe clamp. They have a rail on both top and bottom and does a great job at distributing the pressure evenly. My dad found them in a country flea market.
This is not the best picture, but I forgot to take a picture this morning.
I haven't found anything like them and would love 3 more.
New to the forum as well
I like using these Veritas clamps for gluing up panels. http://www.leevalley.com/US/wood/pag...81&cat=1,43838
I know they are as much as good cabinet clamps, but they can clamp unlike any cabinet or pipe clamp. A few of these used in conjunction with other clamps can greatly improve your glue ups, I know it helped mine. They work with any width panel from 6 inches to 60 inches (and beyond).
First off you can lay your individual pieces on a nice flat, stable surface, knowing that the glue won't stain your work from the pipe touching it, or glue gumming up cabinet clamps.
Next you can stack them to save bench space.
But best of all, as you tighten the clamps, the squeeze the parts flat so there are no alignment issues of individual pieces. There is no need to even consider splines, or biscuits, or dominos.
Before you complain that I'm trying to sell you all something..... I've been a member for a few years and didn't make it through the password reset.
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