bar clamp


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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.
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The most significant innovation to come about recently in the area of clamps is the development of one-handed bar clamps.
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.
I removed the high handlebar from an old banana-seat bike and inserted it backward on the bar clamp, so the handlebar was positioned to hold from the front of the bike (as pictured above).
American Tool developed the QUICK-GRIP Bar Clamp in the late 1980s, with United States trademark protection obtained in 1989 and patent protection in 1990.
Tenders are invited for Roof Bar Clamp Assembly As Per Drg.
You can't get much simpler: a block, with the corners knocked off so dust buildup doesn't throw off the precision, and a slot that fits snug over a little bar clamp.
Larson Electronics, an industrial lighting leader, has announced the release of a 25 watt LED spotlight equipped with a pivoting bar clamp mount ideal for boats and ATVs.
Bend the protruding ends as needed so they fit the saw table snugly, then firmly clamp the frame to the table with a bar clamp.
Tenders are invited for Roof Bar Clamp Assembly Contact Jaw Right Hand And Left Hand For Pantograph As Per Drg No.
You'll love this bar clamp rack because you can holster the clamps securely without tightening the lower jaw against the rack.
Limited Tenders are invited for Spring Plate Bar Clamp - 1100.