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    Kant Twist Clamp

    Kant Twist Clamp. Made from 1/8th steel plate, rod,set screws and screws.



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    Nice Clamp using readily available parts.
    I like it. Need to get back to the shop to make some.

    Cheers, JR

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    Captain,

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

    Regards,

    Paul

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    Nice CNC project. Mill, plasma cutter or waterjet. Or 3dprint? Worth exploring patents if you want to pay for your new CNC investment. The basic idea for this device has got to be in a patent that is past it's 17 year expiration. They may have later patents on improvements that can be avoided if you know what they are. Obviously you can't sell it with a name that is naything like the "Kantwist" trademark. Personally I'd market it as a kit requiring some finish work. Like find whatever shape stock for the jaws you want or even blanks you can machine or shape yourself.

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    I have been meaning to make me a couple different sizes of those babies, I think you just inspired me Capt.
    Happy Machining

    Comments are always welcome

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




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    extreme kant twist

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    Kant Twist Clamp. Made from 1/8th steel plate, rod,set screws and screws.



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    Nice job Captain. I've been looking for a very deep throat clamp (about an 18" throat) with reasonable holding force. With lengthening and beefing up of the legs I think this could be a winner. Do you have drawings available that I could work from?
    Paul

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    Thanks guys.... :O)

    Hi Paichison, I bought the plans off the internet for 10 bucks I was on pinerest and put clamps in and saw these with the plans. Cap.

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    Congratulations Captainleeward - your Kant Twist Clamp is the Homemade Tool of the Week!

    Enormous week around here, across a wide range of disciplines, from both old and new members.

    Some good picks: a Retro Drill Press Spotlight by Tuomas, a Wool Picker by jedidiahwiebe, a Gear Chucking Tool by LMMasterMariner, a Waterstone Sink Bridge by tony_912, a Bean Bag by mklotz, a TIG Pedal Modification by krisnanj, a Lathe Bench by th62, Lathe Toolholder Racks by Responsible, a Scleroscope by tonyfoale, a Mini Camera Holder by oldtimer, a Brinell Testing Setup by Cascao, a Boring Bar Arbor by Captainleeward, a No Till Drill Rebuild by Frank S, a Vise Material Stop by Captainleeward, a Trailer Axle Clevis by Frank S, and a Drill Press Foot Switch by tonyfoale. We also had two DRO fitting builds by th62: Lathe DRO and DRO Mount. Beginners will appreciate two tools by nad1: Drill Holder and Mallet. And, there were a handful of excellent jack-related tools from tonyfoale: Improving a Hydraulic Bottle Jack, Bottle Jack Shop Press Improvements, and an Emergency Car Lift.

    Captainleeward - we've added your tool entry to our All Homemade Tool of the Week winners post. And, you'll be receiving a $25 online gift card, in your choice of Amazon, PayPal, or bitcoin. Please PM me your current email address and gift card choice and I'll get it sent over right away.

    This is your 2nd Homemade Tool of the Week win! One more win and you'll join these 3-Time Homemade Tool of the Week winners: rossbotics, mr95gst, Paul Jones, Christophe Mineau, immortalx, scorch, Brendon, Frank S, mklotz, Vyacheslav.Nevolya, brianhw, LMMasterMariner, jjr2001, Tuomas, olderdan, tonyfoale.

    Here are all of your winning homemade tools:


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    Well Thank You for the tool of the week award now if i could find that sandy cheeks girl....:O)

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