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You clamp the one on a workbench that does not have a vise and use the other one to hold items secure, like a vise would.

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Yup, for those of us who don't have a REAL table and vise, we use the bottom clamp to clamp to the table and the top clamp to hold the workpiece.
 

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I have a similar one.
Handy item for holding stock vertical on top of bench to sand, edge-band, route a profile, etc.
My vise sticks out beyond the bench, this can be clamped so long pieces of stock rest on top.
 

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Great looking tool! Now get yourself a bag of nuts and have some fun! :laughing:
I think it would make a better tool than a nut cracker. It takes nearly a full minute to crack a pecan in it. It doesn't show on the picture but it was made in 1928.
 
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