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Homemade Hold-Down Clamps


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niki on lumberjocks.com
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Homemade hold-down clamps for woodworking constructed from scrap lumber, threaded rod, and T-nuts. Nuts embedded in underside of the workbench enable a variety of clamping configurations.
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Nov 08, 2013 12:00 PM
daveward
This is a good reminder that the safest route is to clamp things in place, not assume the operator can hold things down when unexpected things happen.
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DIY Hold-Down Clamps - comment on how to build a Hold-Down Clamps - 1 comments
daveward says:
Nov 08, 2013 12:00 PM
This is a good reminder that the safest route is to clamp things in place, not assume the operator can hold things down when unexpected things happen.

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