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clamp for CNC

by GMFerrari, published

clamp for CNC by GMFerrari Mar 11, 2013

Description

I designed and built this clamp CNC as suitable for different thickness as can be seen from the photos.
The terminal has proven useful and versatile.
I hope I will be employed by other users

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The fitting on the bottom part of the clamp is basically a metal dowel pin with a threaded hole running through it. The part you can see is a flathead screw so you can rotate the fitting so the bolt will thread into it. HTH

forgive my translation from Italian.

For connection to the surface of the CNC I used a nut and bolt 8 mm. With the lathe I rounded faces of the bolt.

For elevation of the clamp I used a dice that is typically used by carpenters for the union of head between two panels.

I'm not sure I understand "use nut ebullone from 8 rounded facets."

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Instructions

print the three pieces that make up the clamp.
for the base, use nut ebullone from 8 rounded facets.
I used to tie a dice sold to combine wood paneling.

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acashmancobb on Oct 15, 2013 said:

The fitting on the bottom part of the clamp is basically a metal dowel pin with a threaded hole running through it. The part you can see is a flathead screw so you can rotate the fitting so the bolt will thread into it. HTH

thantik on Mar 11, 2013 said:

I'm not sure I understand "use nut ebullone from 8 rounded facets."

GMFerrari on Mar 12, 2013 said:

forgive my translation from Italian.

For connection to the surface of the CNC I used a nut and bolt 8 mm. With the lathe I rounded faces of the bolt.

For elevation of the clamp I used a dice that is typically used by carpenters for the union of head between two panels.

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