On Thursday, February 28, 2013 9:39:22 AM UTC-5, Scott Lurndal wrote:
#2806 reminds me of an old hand planter; here it looks like you press down on
the handle while inserting into the ground and the flaps open to release seed.
Good answer! It said corn planter on the side of it.
As indicated, connected by two screws. If you look inside the clamp
laying on the table you will see a screw/hole that on the top side that
connects to the one standing up right.
For what is worth I use clamps in this orientation to stand a board or
panel 90 degrees to the work surface.
Leon wrote the following on 2/28/2013 1:23 PM (ET):
I don't see either clamp screw connecting to the other clamp.
The screw on the clamp laying down passes outside of the standing clamp
as is better seen in the second large image.
I do see a hole on the inside of the clamp laying down, but is much
smaller than the screw. These may be handmade and were built with
whatever wood was available.
Perhaps Rob can contact the person who contribute the images.
I am not talking about the adjustment screw, I am talking about the dark
spots between the adjustment screw and the clamp pivot.
A better view showing both attachment screws here
You don't mess around Leon, good job on finding that photo. I just posted it
with my answers which can be seen here:
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