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PostPosted: Tue Jun 08, 2010 6:01 pm 
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... not a cramp?

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When it's used as a stop.

For instance, you might clamp it onto a fence on a TS Sled to act as a stop for cutting multiple pieces.

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When they are "I Beam" cramps. That is the bar on the cramp is in the shape of an "I".

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When you turn around the stops and make it an expander. :-D

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Jeff Fox wrote:
When you turn around the stops and make it an expander. :-D


That was my guess, Jeff.

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Jeff gets the soggy points for this one...

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