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Discussion in 'Tele Home Depot' started by TangLong, Jan 7, 2012.
Just cuting test
Is that a chop saw? Does it slide?
now it's ok!
ye It's a chop saw slide cuting
This question is off-topic but what type of clamp is that? I've seen them a few times and they look real handy. It looks like the cam would put pressure straight up and down without having to screw down a C-clamp
Nie Hao!! You have been buying more tools I see.
I hope you get the depth of the cut correct. Looks good. Good to see you on here again.
Cool slotter, btw! That little blade looks hilarious!
Reminds me of this:
They are called a "toggle clamp" here in Aus. Don't know in American or Chinese.
You see this
thanks Dave. You see it
Those clamps are available from Woodworker's Supply.
Long you should set up an index plate with holes in it attached to the fret board holder and just slide to the next hole and drop in a locking pin.
Hope your translator gets this clear.
nǐ yīnggāi jiànlì yígè cháng yǒu dòng de kèdù bǎn liánjiē bǎn chíyǒurén , zhǐshì dānxīn yídòng dào xià yígè qiúdòng hé tóurù yì suǒ xiāo 。
Like this? I know it
I get them at Harbor Freight for about 1/4 that price when they are on sale, otherwise they are about 1/2 the price. Get 5-10 of them and it will revolutionize your jigs.
Good to know. Looks like Harbor Freight sells 002, 003 and 004. They probably come from the same Chinese factory.
Also at Woodcraft.
http://www.woodcraft.com/Product/20...-Silhouette-Toggle-Clamp-200-lb-Capacity.aspx The brand name originally was De Sta Co. and man do you get a wicked blood blister if your finger is in the wrong spot when you open them......
I cut my fret slots the same way. No clamps, heel is centered and secured with a bracket and the headstock with a dowel.
Also known as De-Sta-Co clamps, the company that invented them.
Dangit. Time to check the checkbook. May be a new addition or two to the arsenal.
Those big machines seem an awful lot of bother.
Guitar fret slots were traditionally made with a fine gents saw
By the time you have set that machine up, a hand saw would have finished the job.