bar clamp


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bar′ clamp`


n.
a clamp having two jaws attached to a bar, one fixed and the other adjustable.
[1950–55]
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Set the 18-inch bar clamp across the two handle supports and leave the basket overnight so the glue can dry thoroughly.
I then attached a bar clamp to hold the wood in place for splitting.
The model features a single round headlight, machined triple clamps, a solid brake disc clamp, bar-end mirrors and a circular instrument panel built into the bar clamp
A DODDLE TO LAY AND CLEAN: Elgina Dark Varnished Cherry boards from Quick-Step's extensive range of laminates, pounds 20.99 a square metre; MAKING JOBS EASIER: The Dremel Clamps, below left, are available as a Ratchet Clamp, which comes in small and large, and a Bar Clamp with precision opening and closing.
* Welding clamps are a unique type of bar clamp ideal for quick tacking and other welding jobs.
If you are stretching woven wire field fencing, you use a standard fence stretcher hooked to the end-corner post with the bar clamp tightened to the wire of the fence, so that when the wire is stretched tight, the clamp will be between the two posts.
On show was the series of Carver Rack and Bar clamps. The rack clamp consists of a notched bar worked to a J shape with one sliding jaw and the bar clamp has a straight notched steel bar and two sliding jaws.
This is an old favorite among woodworkers: Clamp on notched blocks, then add a bar clamp or two to squeeze the joint.
I removed the high handlebar from an old banana-seat bike and inserted it backward on the bar clamp, so the handlebar was positioned to hold from the front of the bike (as pictured above).