Hand screw


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Hand screw

A clamp with two parallel jaws and two screws used by woodworkers; the clamping action is provided by means of the screws, one operating through each jaw.

screw clamp

screw clamp
Any clamp set by means of a screw, but esp. one used in woodworking which has two large parallel jaws for holding the work to be pressed together.
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But with hanger screws driven into a hand screw clamp, it's easy.
The light frame assembly features a carrying handle on the top for easy transport and a hand screw at the base allowing operators to pivot the top frame assembly on the four leg base stand.
Qty: 1 No 3)Swivel Base Suitable For Item -1 & 2 Qty: 2 No 4)Stack Type Jaw Round Parts Fixed Or Movable, Height = 150Mm, Width = 296 Mm, Daylight = 60 Mm Qty: 4 No 5)Hydraulic Hand Screw Clamping Device Suitable For Item 1 & 2.
The new Tire Pressure At-A-Glance Tire Safety Gauge easily hand screws on to each tire's valve stem; staying in place while continuously monitoring the pressure in each tire.
The lamp can be easily adjusted up or down 90 degrees and locked into position by simply loosening the two hand screws located on either side of the light head and tightening them once the desired angle is found.
Hand screws (Photo 4), because they're made of wood, may look like they're only for woodworkers, but they're not.
The lamp can be easily adjusted up or down 90 and locked into position by simply loosening the two hand screws located on either side of the light head and tightening them once the desired angle is found.
The one that looks like a towel rack can be used for bar clamps, spring clamps, C-clamps and hand screws.