Thrust clamps and pull down clamps offer excellent ways to clamp challenging workpieces. The thrust clamps are ideal for reaching clamp surfaces that are difficult to access, perhaps a recessed face of a workpiece. Pull down clamps are positioned under the workpiece or plate, leaving the workpiece clear for machining.
Thrust clamps feature a clamping body and a clamping bar used together for a wide range of workholding solutions. Pull down clamps are designed to be used with a clamping pin or standard clamping screw. By rotating the handle, the clamp pulls the pin or screw downward and secures it in position.
Plastic knob, steel body.
Clamping force: 1,348 to 1,798 lbs. Clamp bodies, pins, screws.
Push the bar through the center of clamping body until contact is made with the workpiece.
Snap-on system provides uniform and positive clamping in one smooth operation.
Clamping Force: 200 to 500 lbs. Clamp bodies, pins, screws. With or without handle.
With or without handle.
Light or heavy duty. Clockwise or counterclockwise clamping.