Pipe clamps are a set of two jaws that attach to a user-supplied length of pipe, which serves as the slide bar for the jaws. The pipe can be changed out for a different length to suit different workpiece sizes. One jaw is fixed at the end of a compatible pipe, and the other jaw slides along the pipe to adjust to the size of the work. A spindle fine tunes the jaw placement and adjusts the pressure exerted on workpieces. Pipe clamps are commonly used to grip multiple boards while edge gluing panels.
These pipe clamps have solid feet that sit close to surfaces, providing a stable base to support workpieces.
Pipe Clamps Light Duty, sorted by Clamping Force, ascending
Pipe Clamps Medium Duty, sorted by Clamping Force, ascending
High-Clearance Pipe Clamps
High-clearance pipe clamps have H-shaped feet that angle out and stand taller than standard feet for improved stability and extra clearance from the work surface. The extra clearance provides more room to turn the spindle handle, keeping fingers from scraping against the work surface.
High-Clearance Pipe Clamps Light Duty, sorted by Clamping Force, ascending
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