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Posted on Have bar clamps completely replaced C-Clamps?

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#1 posted 06-21-2011 05:32 AM

They do have the advantage, which most bar clamps don’t, of having
both clamping ends clear of the work by a bit. This comes in handy
often when clamping machine setups. For gluing, I admit the relief
in the c clamp is usually unneeded, so it’s advantage to a woodworker
won’t be immediately obvious.

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