This seller also sells this type:
They look OK from the pictures, but interested to see if anyone has them.
The shortcoming of th corner clamp you pointed to
is that it will only secure one of the two pieces
of wood needed for a joint.
The second clamp you pointed to looks like it'd
have trouble with two different thickness of
I think it's PONY that makes a better version of
the first corner clamp - both parts are clamped
rather than just one part. It also has speed
nuts on both screws - so opening and closing the
jaws or closing them quickly.
Defer? "That a bald guy joke?" asked the follicly challenge fellow.
I only saw the first image of the first url provided. The image was
clipped so it seemed there was only one movable jaw. Viewing the
larger image both jaws AND the button operated speed nut are visible.
So - I've got four of these clamps - the silvered version - and they
work fine for drawer, box and frame assembly. Jaws aren't tall enough
for ply cabinets though.
The clamp in the second url - when I saw the additional images - looks
interesting. The swivel allows for two different stock thicknesses.
The push button speed nut is lacking but I don't know how you could
get the shaft to swivel AND have the speed nut option.
Bottom line though is that for $15, about the price of the ones I've
got, springing for a pair to try wouldn't be much of a risk.
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