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Clamp for T-nut bed with step block

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Clamp for T-nut bed with step block by uga Feb 14, 2013
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classic clamp for t-nut beds

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Have anyone tried milling aluminum with these?

The best, if you scale it down, lets say 50%, you become a nice small clamping tool. Just play around with scaling in all axes to find the right size for your needs.

Grate Work, I got the large steel once on my cnc, I think this is better for engraving.

Thanks for sharing...

quite strong, depending of filling and material. I wanna use this on my new milling machine for PCBs.

Very cool! How strong are they?

excellent, just what I needed. thanks.

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