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    Well done dear Captain !
    These clamps look really handy and efficient, I ve been seeing them in almost all the Youtube videos of Franck Howard (have a look if you don't know him yet).
    I've never seen such clamps here in Europe, and I wish I could make a couple of them by myself.
    You're showing me the way,thanks !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Jones View Post
    Captain,

    Wow, very nice Kant Twist clamps! I paid way too much even in the old days with Enco with their 40% discounts.

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    Paul
    Yeah! I just got a flier from MSC and they are wanting 89 for a set of 4 small ones on Sale!!!!! You have to wonder where the expense is. Mass produced they should be salable to the customer for $10. Of course I don't understand the expense in a pair of vise grips, fresh out of China.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christophe Mineau View Post
    Well done dear Captain !
    These clamps look really handy and efficient, I ve been seeing them in almost all the Youtube videos of Franck Howard (have a look if you don't know him yet).
    I've never seen such clamps here in Europe, and I wish I could make a couple of them by myself.
    That is a huge surprise, I don't think I've ever seen a maintenance shop, fab shop or even a machine shop, with out a few of these hanging around. By the way Kant-Twist is a trade name for the clamps and have been around for as long as I can remember (40 years in industry now)
    You're showing me the way,thanks !
    Congrats for you award !
    Read you soon !
    I believe you can find plans on the net if you want to DIY a pair.


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