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Homemade Spring Clamps


Woodworkers are fond of saying you can never have too many clamps. In this video you’ll learn how to make your own spring clamps with some plywood scraps and some rubber bands. You can make them in different sizes, and use them for light duty clamping, or even to hold on edge banding. I got this idea from an old magazine, but I modified the design and made my own patterns for large and small versions. You can download those plans here.


All the details you need to make them are in the video.

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