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    Homemade F Clamp with Nut Handle

    Hello Guys in this video you can see how to make a heavy duty F type clamp with nut handle.With nut handle you can lock with a wrench for more safety.



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    Thanks PowerMk! We've added your F Clamp to our Clamps category,
    as well as to your builder page: PowerMk's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    Thanks I m so happy for that. New projects coming soon.

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    I liked the video, music was a good bonus. Actual making and the clamp itself is high quality. Nice!

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    I like the use of the hex nut handle for adding more clamping pressure. I think the hex nut type of handle could be adapted to other clamps as well. Just have to be careful not to over-due the clamping torque and bend the clamp body.

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    Very smart technique. I particularly like how you set the clearance between moving bar and body.

    Well done!

    Rick
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuomas View Post
    I liked the video, music was a good bonus. Actual making and the clamp itself is high quality. Nice!
    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Jones View Post
    I like the use of the hex nut handle for adding more clamping pressure. I think the hex nut type of handle could be adapted to other clamps as well. Just have to be careful not to over-due the clamping torque and bend the clamp body.
    Quote Originally Posted by rgsparber View Post
    Very smart technique. I particularly like how you set the clearance between moving bar and body.

    Well done!

    Rick
    Thank you very much. I'm glad you liked my video. Stay tuned for the next week my project its a C clamp I will try for the best.

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    Here is the dimensions.

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