C-clamp


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C-clamp

(ˈsiˌklæmp)

n.
a C-shaped clamp having a screw threaded through one tip in the direction of the other tip.
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Noun1.C-clamp - a clamp in the shape of the letter CC-clamp - a clamp in the shape of the letter C
clamp, clinch - a device (generally used by carpenters) that holds things firmly together
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Reaching through this opening I was able to attach a C-clamp to the tip of the blade so that the sword could not be extracted.
What I like to do on the front of the gun, is to make a simple "C-clamp" effect with my hand.
The pelvic C-clamp was introduced as a stabilization device to reduce and compress the posterior pelvis in patients with exsanguinating hemorrhage [1].
The c-clamp flange system for quick and easy housing element replacement is said to ensure short setup times.
The CR3 codes for a so-called cysteine clamp (C-clamp), which is also present in the e-tail isoforms of the vertebrate HMG-domain containing T Cell Factor/Lymphoid Enhancer Factor (TCF/LEF) transcription factors TCF1E and TCF4E.
The barrel shank is unthreaded and simply slip-fits into the receiver, which is split at the bottom like a C-clamp. Two transverse machine bolts tighten the receiver around the barrel shank.
With the spacer in position, I used a small C-clamp to hold it in place and drilled the holes through the spacer to a depth sufficient to just mark the receiver metal to indicate screw hole position.
Using the c-clamp, carefully compress the piston evenly back down into the caliper.
When there's no room for a hammer, sink the nail with a C-clamp. This trick works for plumbing and electrical straps, junction boxes, and even joist hangers.
Locate it near the edge so a C-clamp that is securing the parts can hang over the edge and not interfere with riveting.