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    Default Homemade Heavy Duty F Clamp with Hex nut handle

    Hello this is my homemade F type clamp.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DsmV-Mh_W3Q

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    Interesting.

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    That just looks like a piece of mild steel all-thread? If that's the case you wouldn't get to use the clamp in anger too many times before the threads started to bind up and destroy themselves. Save your time and money and buy a decent clamp with a hardened Acme thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidG View Post
    Interesting.
    Interesting how many recent first posters start with a video ????
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    ‘PRIVATE’ is an interesting location. ��

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidG View Post
    Interesting.
    Thanks!!
    Quote Originally Posted by aldav View Post
    That just looks like a piece of mild steel all-thread? If that's the case you wouldn't get to use the clamp in anger too many times before the threads started to bind up and destroy themselves. Save your time and money and buy a decent clamp with a hardened Acme thread.
    Hello aldav. I have factory clamps dont worry but I cant find a heavy duty clamp as mine at good price, I have several years homemade clamps and its ok. I can hardening midl steel but I thinks its not important.Thanks for your reply.
    Quote Originally Posted by Chesand View Post
    Interesting how many recent first posters start with a video ????
    If its not allowed you can delete this thread no problem.

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    I think the main concern people have about someone new posting a video is that they're not here to be part of the community, just here to drive likes and views on their video. The fact that you have popped back to contribute to your thread is good as it shows that you weren't just here for that - I really don't expect anyone to want to delete your post as it really isn't a spam-type post... but just keep coming back and contributing elsewhere and you'll never have a problem

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    You have done a nice job of that, well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poundy View Post
    I think the main concern people have about someone new posting a video is that they're not here to be part of the community, just here to drive likes and views on their video. The fact that you have popped back to contribute to your thread is good as it shows that you weren't just here for that - I really don't expect anyone to want to delete your post as it really isn't a spam-type post... but just keep coming back and contributing elsewhere and you'll never have a problem
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