Rockler Pock-It Hole Clamp

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Forum topic by sIKE posted 1653 days ago 1684 views 0 times favorited 8 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Topic tags/keywords: clamp clamps pocket hole rockler resource

Thought this looked very interesting….

Rockler Pock-It Hole Clamp

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#1 posted 1653 days ago

Is this supposed to be hand held? That threaded rod looks like a depth adjustment. Unless this thing can be clamped down, I would be reluctant to use it. – lol

-- Adversity doesn't build reveals it.

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#2 posted 1653 days ago

I am pretty sure that this is used to hold the pieces together after the pocket holes are already drilled. The piece in the picture has 3 holes, the clamp is fitted into one of these holes and has an arbor that fits into the hole, and the screw clamp is used to pull the pieces together.

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#3 posted 1653 days ago

I think it’s a clamp to screw pocket holes together.

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#4 posted 1653 days ago

I saw this on their site. Looks like a handy tool. I can’t afford it right now, but I would like to get one, it looks very helpful.

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#5 posted 1653 days ago

If you go to Rockler’s site you can see a video demonstration of this clamp. Since Rockler is currently offering free shipping I’ll probably order one. They look handy and they address a problem I have had in the past.

-- Rich, Cedar Rapids, IA - I'm a woodworker. I don't create beauty, I reveal it.

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#6 posted 1653 days ago

On a tangent….
I made a DIY version in less than an hour and posted it, here…

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#7 posted 1653 days ago

mikedrums DIY version looks just as good (same concept)..

Is it good technology if the solution requires yet more technology because the original solution created a new problem?

I’m sticking with simple wood joints and glue.

-- If you can't joint it, bead it!

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#8 posted 1653 days ago

Steve, I’m curious how you get your glue joints to dry without the use of “yet more technology” like clamps. :-)

Love the drainboard, by the way.

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