Metal bar clamp plan

Woodworking  bar clamps are helping devices that have two jaws attached to a bar. One of them is fixed and the other adjustable, for fastening purposes of wooden panels, frameworks, etc. It can be used in many situations, but the most frequent usage is when nailing, gluing or screwing two pieces of wood together.

Making of this Clamp requires not much of your time and you don’t need to have some special skills. All you have to do is to precisely make the items with the exact measurements as given in this 2D documentation, then join those parts together. The measurements are given in millimeters, and the measurements in inches are given in brackets (1 inch = 25, 4 mm).

Do not forget to chamfer the edges on items 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 11. This way you will avoid injuries that can happen while working with its very sharp edges. This should become a rule when you work with metal items, which are made by cutting, milling or turning.

Use various tools and clamps in process of welding, so you could weld the items together with accuracy.

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Metal bar clamp plan


Metal bar clamp plan - Parts list
Metal bar clamp plan - Parts list

Metal bar clamp plan - Assembly 2D drawing
Metal bar clamp plan - Assembly 2D drawing

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