The Best Ways To Hold Down Material For Woodworking
The Best Ways To Hold Down Material For Woodworking
What are the best ways to hold down material for woodworking? In this video I’ll walk you through six different ways, starting with the most expensive and working down to the least expensive. Hopefully by the end of this video you will have learned something new and be able to apply these hold down methods for your next woodworking project.
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A popular recent entry into the clamping market makes a highly cost effective alternative to aluminum T-slots: Microjig offers clamps and other hardware designed to fit inside a dovetail slot routed into a wooden substrate. Their system is branded, "Matchfit." They offer a basic kit that includes clamps and a proprietary dovetail bit. You can make endless clamping tables and jigs without spending a single penny on aluminum T-slots.
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Wish you would’ve shown some inline clamps like the Veritas, or the cheaper version from taytools! Also taytools has the dog hole style fclamp at a great price! Armor tools also make some great dog hole accessories and clamps as well! Would love to see another video showing more dog hole workholding options! Love your videos!
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Excellent video as always. Only recently subscribed and I’m watching all your videos. Greetings from UK.
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Thanks. Great info and very useful!
Simple still smart video, and really educative – just as always. Thank you.
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Amen Brother! Thanks for the information. I’ve seen your video on table saw blades, but do you have one the 12 inch miter saw?
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An economical way to achieve the functionality of a woodworking vice and stops is to buy a double pipe clamp. Outfit the clamping screw end with a thick (2x) wooden vice jaw with one or two dog holes bored down through the top; bore two holes for the pipes through the apron of your bench and attach the other end of the pipe clamp to the pipes from inside the apron. Then bore one or two series of dog holes down the length of the bench in line with the holes in the wooden vice jaw. Many companies offer inexpensive low profile plastic bench dogs that fit 3/4" diameter holes.
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Thank for good tips and ideas 🙏🏻👆🏻
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Just getting started in wood working. Your videos have been excellent help. Thank you!!
Thank You, I find your videos very helpful.