Clamps - Stair Construction Tools
Clamps come in a variety of shapes and sizes and perform multiple tasks, when building a stairway or handrail. A clamp can be used to hold two pieces of glued wood together, while the glue dries. They can also be used to hold two pieces of wood together, while they are being fastened together, sanded or shaped.
Anyone who builds stairway handrails, furniture or
cabinets, usually has an amazing assortment of wood clamps. There's
clamps, pipe clamps, bar clamps, hold down clamps, corner clamps, frame
clamps, spring clamps and even clamps to hold all of you clamps
When it comes to clamping something together, for any type of woodworking project, I would imagine that you won't have a difficult time finding the perfect clamp to use.
The good news for most woodworkers is that most of these clamps are inexpensive to purchase, but some of them are easy to lose. It wouldn't be a bad idea to create a storage area just for your clamps, if you're planning on doing a lot of woodworking in the future.
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