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    Vertical Clamp Welding Fixture

    This is a Vertical Clamp Welding Fixture it is 2x2x12 inches and has a 1/2 inch threaded rod welded to a nut.
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    Thanks again capainleeward! I've added your Vertical Clamp Welding Fixture to our Welding and Workholding categories, as well as to your builder page: capainleeward's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    Hi Jon. Thanks for adding me. :O)

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    So what do you do with them.
    Quote Originally Posted by capainleeward View Post
    This is a Vertical Clamp Welding Fixture it is 2x2x12 inches and has a 1/2 inch threaded rod welded to a nut.
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    Hi Robert, they are for aligning metal vertically then clamping the metal before welding to get a perfect 90* weld.
    On one project i needed to weld a vertical square tube upright it needed to be clamped in place these will do the job nicely as they are clamped to the table and are a perfect 90*square. Magnets are good at short levels but not up to 12 inches.
    So the more fixtures one has the greater the chance of keeping it true to form. cheers :O)


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