In-Line Clamp

Average Review (2):

  • Easy-to-use contoured dial adjusts easily
  • Durable and lightweight construction
  • Versatile clamp shoe holds multiple shapes
  • Long pushrod provides 43/4" adjustment range
  • Sturdy peg fits standard 3/4" bench dog holes
  • Ways to use the In-line Clamp



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Hold Workpieces Securely without Getting in the Way

By applying pressure from the side, rather than from overhead, the In-Line Clamp stays out of the way as you work. A peg that fits into any 3/4" diameter hole holds the clamp in place, so the In-Line Clamp makes it possible to get more from any bench with dog holes—or any work surface where you can drill holes. The In-Line Clamp also makes a perfect companion to the Kreg Mobile Project Center.

The In-Line Clamp gives you the helping hand you need, when you need it, with the versatility and power you want for a wide variety of do-it-yourself and woodworking tasks. The clamp applies up to 250 lbs. of clamping force and swivels to clamp from any angle on almost any shape workpiece or assembly.

To see ways to use the In-Line Clamp, click here.


Clamping Method

Benchtop in-line clamping, peg fits standard 3/4" or 20mm bench dog hole, swivels 360° to apply clamping force in any direction

Adjustment Range/Capacity

43/4" adjustment range using contoured adjustment dial
250 lbs. maximum clamping force

Clamp Shoe

1/2" clamp shoe height sits below surface of 3/4" material
Holds multiple shapes including corners


Durable plastic construction

Reviews for "In-Line Clamp"

Average Review:


Grabbed last one in store, ordered 3 more next day off Amazon. I've used them all over my project work center and really used a lot of force, held up fine. With a couple bench clamp bases on the work center, sky is the limit!!


By Bruce Day

December 4, 2018

Inline clamp

I wasn’t sure how well a plastic clamp was going to work but I thought I give it a try and I was pleasantly surprised. I made my own custom workshop table from an abundance of 2x4s I had laying around and the only problem the clamp gave me was it is designed for a maximum 1 inch thickness table because of a little locking lip on the Bottom leg. I just did a recessed 1/2” deep by 1 14” hole in the bottom side of my bench top then finished with the 3/4” hole from the top and all fit well. The associated bench dogs have straight legs. Clamps work really well. Well enough I ordered another set.


By John Janu

December 28, 2017

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