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Clamp rack for Parrallel Jaw Clamps
by Lorenz Prem on 09-19-2010 7:46 pm

Everyone has heard the old saying: "You cannever have too many clamps". While I am sure this statement is nottrue at the extremes, it still seems like I have to use everysingle clamp I own at one time or another during a project.

Clamps are one of the most frequently used tools in the shop.It's only fitting store them in a prominent place in the shop. Hereis my design for storing my simple collection of parallel jawclamps.

The Design

I recently added a closet to my shop to keep the dust off theco

Which Clamps should I buy?
by Lorenz Prem on 03-07-2010 8:59 pm

If you have been around woodworking you haveheard the following phrase: "You can never have too many clamps".If you have been around woodworking for a few years you know it'strue. In fact, it seems there are always have too few clamps in theshop.

Spending thousands on just clamps is entirely reasonable.Someone just starting with this hobby will probably not want tospend that amount right away. So. what are the different clampstyles, and which ones are the most versatile?

F clamp

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