C-Clamp


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C-Clamp

 

a device for securing workpieces to a bench or template during fitting, joining, gluing, or assembly. C-clamps have a tightening screw passing through one end of a C-shaped frame made of metal or hard wood.

C-clamp

C-clamp
A steel clamp, shaped like the letter C; used to hold, under pressure, two materials placed between the top of the open end of the C and a flattened end of a screw shaft which is threaded through the other end of the C.
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Although exact times were not reported, they stated patients who required pelvic C-clamps were taken to the operating room within 2 hours of arrival to the hospital, and a C-clamp was placed within 20 minutes; thus, extrapolating these results to practice requires an efficient triage set-up and readily available orthopaedic and support staff.
The RLM Series is available in a c-clamp or mobile models and can be easily attached to a laboratory workbench or table.
Compared with previously used bolted flange connections, the C-clamp system enables a time savings of as much as 70%, which is particularly important for laboratory extruders and pilot lines, says Berstorff.
For example, the C-clamp model hangs over parapets--ideal for foundation walls built near a precipice--while the roofer's system provides fall protection when shingling.
Tape measure, yardstick, protractor, circular or table saw, electric drill, C-clamp, hammer, nailset, and carpenter's square.
Shop tools -- hammer, hex wrench, wire cutters, c-clamp, square, drawing compass, and pliers.
To securely attach a dollhouse to a table, use a C-clamp for stability.
A V-block is attached to the table with a C-clamp to facilitate the sawing.
Rather than being threaded in conventional manner, the barrel shank on the 970 is smooth and simply slip-fits into a receiver ring that's split at the bottom like a C-clamp.
A C-clamp device, which allows mechanical compression, also has been successful when used for compression therapy (Clamp Ease, Pressure Product Inc.
Ultrasonic compression of the pseudoaneurysm can be done manually; however, at our institution a C-clamp is used (Compressar, Instromedix, Beaverton, Oregon) (see Figure 3).
As Mel Bochner pointed out to me, their mode of making (and, I would add, their fluid approach to metaphor) owes a good deal to some of the igloos of Mario Merz, who has also used the C-clamp to great sculptural effect.