Right Angle Clamp
Right Angle Clamp
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- Holds pocket-hole joints at 90° during project assembly
- Automaxx® technology adjusts automatically to material thickness
- Contoured grips for added comfort
- Pin fits securely into pocket hole
- Swivel pad holds mating piece
- 5" (127mm) reach
The Right Angle Clamp makes projects with 90° joints faster and easier than ever by giving you the helping hand you need to hold the parts in position as you drive in the screws. Just slip the pin on the Right Angle Clamp into a pocket hole, close the clamp, and it draws the mating pieces tightly together. The swiveling clamp pad opposite the pin grabs the mating piece securely. Thanks to Automaxx® auto-adjust technology, the Right Angle Clamp adjusts to match the material automatically with a simple squeeze of the handles. This handy clamp works with all kinds of materials, from thin 1/2" plywood to thick 2x4 boards.
Clamp Using the Pocket Hole
The steel pin on this clamp is shaped to fit snugly into a pocket hole, securely anchoring one workpiece against the other for easy assembly. Just drive a screw into an adjacent pocket hole while the Right Angle Clamp holds the piece steady for you.
Swivel Pad for Solid Clamping
The arm opposite the pin features a pad that swivels to fit tight against your material, so you can count on solid clamping without a chance of the joint shifting.
Whether you’re joining two thin drawer sides for a cabinet, or thicker materials to frame an outdoor project, the Right Angle Clamp opens wide to get the job done.
Use One Clamp, or Use Two
Many woodworkers find it handy to use two Right Angle Clamps when assembling large workpieces. Place a clamp on each end to hold the wood while you drive screws in the remaining pocket holes.
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|features||Automaxx® auto-adjust technology|
|construction||Steel with padded grips|
|adjustability||Adjustable clamping pressure|