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PostPosted: Sat May 15, 2010 2:08 am 
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The treaded screw on a cramp

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Mango wrote:
The treaded screw on a cramp


That's spelled "clamp".
Thought I'd correct your spelling mistake.
Treaded looks ok to me, though I always spell it threaded.

Just FYI. :D :confused: :lol:

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What Mango said, only with an "h".

Looks like the thread of a c or g clamp not showing the ball and socket.

I bought two today that turned out to be quick release , never seen them before but am very impressed.

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In my shop, all of the threaded shafts with ball-ends are in "C" clamps.
If you look closely, you can see the ball.

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I'll try something else because it looks too easy.

I think it's the threaded part of the leveling device for a major tool "foot"

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How about a clamp on a tenon jig for a TS. :-D

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Mango gets the soggy point and a spare 'H' :D

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