bar clamp


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.

bar clamp

[′bär ‚klamp]
(design engineering)
A clamping device consisting of a long bar with adjustable clamping jaws; used in carpentry.

bar clamp

bar clamp
A clamping device used in carpentry; consists of a long bar with adjustable clamping jaws.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Our solution was to cut an inch off the wooden handle of the bar clamp.
American Tool developed the innovative and distinctive one-handed QUICK-GRIP bar clamp in the late 1980's, and has obtained patent, trademark and other protection in many countries throughout the world.
The QUICK-GRIP Bar Clamp is the original one-handed bar clamp, and is available in lengths ranging from six to 50 inches.
Tenders are invited for Roof Bar Clamp Assembly Contact Jaw Right Hand And Left Hand For Pantogrph As Per Drg No.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Single Axis Translation Stage With Micrometer,V Block Base With Bar Clamp
Each month, one nominated tradesperson will be selected to win an IRWIN tool bag with up to $250 in tools, including VISE-GRIP GrooveLock Pliers, a ProTouch(TM) Retractable Utility Knife, SPEEDBOR Max Speed Bits, VISE-GRIP Fast Release(TM) Locking Pliers, a Universal Handsaw, QUICK-GRIP Mini One-Handed Bar Clamps and MARATHON with WeldTec(TM) circular saw blades.
Larry's Clamp," when used in conjunction with bar clamps, is a fast and easy way to flatten boards when making glued-up panels, the company says.
TOOLS: Tape measure, circular saw, carpenters square, electric drill with 1/2-inch paddle bit, adjustable bar clamps, wrench, saber saw, sander, paintbrush
The clamping system consisted of a set of five conventional bar clamps spaced 2 feet apart on the bottom side and another set of four clamps placed alternately on the top side of the assembly.
Woodworkers used to--and still do--use several bar clamps to keep the joints together, but this can become time consuming.
To build this bird feeder, you'll need a circular saw for straight cuts and a saber saw for cutting curves, an electric drill and sander for finish work, a pair of bar clamps for gluing, a hammer, a tape measure, and a metal yardstick or framing square.
These clamps, made of reinforced polymers, are available in four styles: bar clamps, cantilever clamps, vertical handle clamps, and straight-line clamps.