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43 thoughts on “These May Be The Best Wooden Clamps Ever – Let’s Make Them

  1. are you still planning to build a smaller bandsaw? I think I remember you saying that in another video. The smaller store bought ones I've had suk and I'm sure you could come up with one that actually works.

  2. 2 questions … Is it possible to secure the t nut with epoxy or some super glue like tp 10. I always have bad luck with securing the t nuts, they end up failing and lifting out. Either the pilot hole for screw was too big or I used the wrong screw type or something. 2: what do you think about using a cnc, xcarve to cut the parts for the clamps?

  3. 2 questions … Is it possible to secure the t nut with epoxy or some super glue like tp 10. I always have bad luck with securing the t nuts, they end up failing and lifting out. Either the pilot hole for screw was too big or I used the wrong screw type or something. 2: what do you think about using a cnc, xcarve to cut the parts for the clamps?

  4. Me: thousands of dollars worth of equipment used to make wood clamps…🤔

    Me again: This must be the expert class… can someone show me which way intro to wood works is? I got my tape measure and a pencil ready for day 1.

    🤣😂😂🤣😂😖

  5. Been waiting for these. Plans are well worth the price, even without the discount. I've made a dozen of your previous design (with the notches), and they work very well, but these are a step up. Many thanks.

  6. Great job John, as always. I'd love to have 20 of these, in various lengths, hanging on my wall ready to use. But I'm soooooo lazy these days.

  7. You constantly amaze me with your ability to great tools with wood! I'm sure that you are an old soul reborn. Please continue to create and make your ancestors proud.

  8. Muy buen trabajo, y casi todas tus herramientas hechas de madera….enhorabuena, saludos desde Punta Umbría-Huelva-España.

  9. Another great project, John. I appreciated the "product placement" of the belt/disk sander – a reminder to me to finish that project and, I am nearly there, I am happy to say. I was greatly anticipating the arrival of this video and I must say that you did not disappoint! I like the idea that this clamp is something to work on just for the joy of creating something really nice to have for years. Thanks!

  10. This is a great design, you've reached my top standard: "elegant"! Minimal materials, nothing of extreme tolerance, basic tools, and a fine, sleek, useful and effective tool is the result. I just bought some more plans and upgraded my Patreon. I hate just burning hardwood off-cuts, this will be a great use for them.

  11. Why is the blade so high, 1:05, cutting such small pieces? Is it to keep the kerf radius depth shorter or is he just not paying attention.

  12. Nicely done John! You should patent that design allowing for different size clamps as well. Perfectly adaquate for any clamping job that a woodworker would need. If you need more clamping power than that, then you are probably doing something wrong!

  13. You're channel is partly responsible for my getting into woodworking. Watching you create so many interesting things inspired me to get into the creative side of construction. I grew up in a construction family and my first job at 5 was going around behind my uncles and grandfather and cleaning up the jobsite during the summer. By age 10 I was taking measurements and installing siding and windows. By age 16, I was finally able to bid, sell and complete my own jobs when not busy with school. Then I enlisted after 9/11, leaving behind my own business at age 19. I have since worked various jobs, mostly in security. But I missed working construction, even though I was no longer physically capable of doing the work(I hurt my back badly while serving).

    When I came across your channel, for the first couple of years I just enjoyed watching your projects. Slowly, I started finding other channels, many through your recommendations, and gained more and more interest in woodworking. I had experience with the tools used, but had sold almost all of my tools except my first circular saw and a few hand tools. So I started out with my first project of building a work bench, then a jig to use my circular saw as a makeshift table saw, then building cutting boards for family gifts. Then I started aquiring more tools. Now, I'm considering starting my own business again. This time, instead of building room additions or remodeling, I will be building cabinets and furniture and some trim carpentry. But if I had not first found your channel, which lead me back down the rabbit hole, I'd probably be sitting behind a desk somewhere, fighting against sleep while watching security cameras and wishing I had something to do besides watch YouTube on my phone.

    Thank you for sharing what you do. It means a lot to people like me.

  14. Tell me you got the wedge idea from all that Egyptian engineering talk about the pyramids? Such an awesome design brother. I'm def gonna make a few of these for my shop. Btw your vise is still going strong in my shop used everyday.

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