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1-Pack Clamps for Woodworking Heavy Duty with 2 Sets Pads

69 reviews

$21.80$30.76

Delivery: Apr 22, 2024 - Apr 24, 2024
SKU: VA- Woodworking Clamp Categories: ,
Removable Protective Plastic Pads

The clamps feature removable protective plastic pads that prevent any marking on finished projects. These pads can be easily removed for cleaning or replacement, and the set also comes with a spare set of pads.

High-Leg Style

The high-leg style of these pipe clamps ensures that they sit securely and squarely off your workbench at a comfortable height, making clamping workpieces together a whole lot simpler.

Smooth Wood Clamp Handle

The smooth wood clamp handle is designed for easy turning. The screw section fits onto the threaded end of the 3/4 inch pipe, while another section slides along the pipe to match the size of the project.

Ideal for Longer Projects

If you need longer clamps for your woodworking projects, these pipe clamps are a great choice. However, you will need to acquire your own bars separately. A good tip is to buy longer pipes and cut them into sections instead of buying the exact length you need.

Conclusion

In conclusion, these pipe clamps are an excellent choice for anyone looking for a durable and heavy-duty solution for their woodworking projects. The removable protective plastic pads, high-leg style, and smooth wood clamp handle make them easy and convenient to use, while the option to customize the length of the pipe makes them versatile and practical.

Thread type

G3/4 & G1/2

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69 reviews for 1-Pack Clamps for Woodworking Heavy Duty with 2 Sets Pads

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  1. Adrienne

    I have been working with wood as a hobby for about five years now. For doing panel glue-ups, I got by for years by using bar clamps, but I was always limited to the size of my clamps. With these, the only limit is the size of pipe you have. I love having that extra capability. I had a little bit of sticker shock for something that seems to be nothing more than cheap cast parts, but they work well for their purpose. I just put them through their first test by gluing together some 3-piece box sides made of walnut and maple. The panels went together nice and flat with no buckling. I am happy with these and they will get lots of use.

  2. Talia

    Work great but the plastic feet fall off all of the time and I¡¯m constantly picking them up and putting them back on. May try superglue

  3. Laurence

    Done properly these clamps keep board creep while gluing to a very minimum.

  4. Martha

    Bought 3/4 inch ones originally when they were on sale and they were great but a bit too hefty so I bought these and they are just as good of quality. Will be buying more of these very soon as I have a project that will require more clamps (you can never have too many) and I truly find these to be very good clamps. Also if you search you will find these for cheaper than you can buy at big box stores.

  5. Warren

    Very handy and they stand upright. But I bought the 1/2″ pipe originally from Amazon.com. The pipe from Amazon is intended for decorative purposes. It is undersized and will not work with the pipe clamps. I returned the pipe for a full refund. But other than that glitch, this is an excellent clamping system.

  6. Emerson

    I have an assortment of woodworking clamps, but find I am using my pipe clamps more and more. When looking for longer clamps, the prices get prohibitive, so pipe clamps offer a reasonable alternative. I get my lengths of pipe at my local plumbing supply, and save money over the big box stores, while getting any length I want cut to size. Some woodworking sources say to use black pipe instead of galvanized. If you do, you’re looking for future rust. My galvanized pipes work just fine. I save a few bucks and use 1/2″ pipe clamps instead of 3/4. Up to five feet length, I have never had a problem. Two lengths can even be fastened together with a pipe coupler, or sometimes just “hooked” together to get longer lengths.I have had Bessey before, so I bought more to stay with the brand. They have been easy to use. I gave them four stars this time because the pads are loose on the clamps, and come off too easily…not a problem in the past.

  7. Loralie

    The thing I¡¯ve hated about pipe clamps is they often seem so hard to extend/shorten the slide end. Either the spring is so tight the lever bites into your fingers, and/or the locking mechanism cuts into the pipe making it harder not just to adjust but causing the slide to stick later. These FASTORS Wood Clamps don¡¯t exhibit either of those problems.

    I used 5¡¯ black iron 3/4 pipe, these easily slide on and clamp end screwed on to the pipe¡¯s threaded end. A feature that¡¯s useful is the opposite side of the clamp acts as a stand, so dropping in or assembling work with the clamps positioned on the bottom is easy.

    I tightened a piece clamped as tight as I could by hand, neither clamp slide gave – held position. The clamp end¡¯s handle is comfortable to tighten and loosen. When in a stand position (clamp back on table and work above clamp), there is enough room to get a hand on the slide an squeeze the lock to adjust the position of the slide (that¡¯s when positioned 6¡± or so from the work¡¯s edge – further in would be more difficult to reach).

    The clamp surfaces support a plastic cover to help prevent marking the work. A second set of plastic covers are included. This is probably the worse thing with these clamps. The plastic feels thin and likely to dry out and break. Would have been nice if thicker more rubbery covers were included, but in practice always best to position some scrap to better distribute the pressure and prevent marking the work.

    Nice addition to my clamp collection.

  8. Dion

    These are ok, basic clamps that require a threaded pipe. Not necessarily bad clamps, how they turn and adjust isn’t as smooth as a really good clamp. You do have to wonder about a company that would show a photo of someone sawing a clamped board…

  9. Halsey

    I bought these for a table build. 6/4 maple top. I have formed up a few sections and the full composite top. Clamp is working fine and so far doing well.

  10. Rufus

    This is a medium duty clamp, which is fine. The feet are nice to keep your work raised up a bit so you can slide a piece of foil under your project to catch glue drips, or just to keep it steady while you clamp. Naturally you can add any length pipe depending on your needs. Just add it to the collection, you’ll be glad you did every time you use it.

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