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Picture Frame Miter Clamp


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  • Picture frame miter clamp
  • Accommodates frames up to 48" x 48"
  • Tightens all four corners simultaneously
  • Also used to clamp small boxes and furniture
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Picture Frame Miter Clamp + Grizzly G3047 Adjustable Frame Clamp
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 07S51
Item Weight2.5 pounds
Product Dimensions2 x 23.8 x 1.6 inches
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0035Y5KL2
Best Sellers Rank #94,201 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJanuary 25, 2010
  
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Product Description

Easily clamps all styles of picture frames up to 48" x 48". Plated rods are fully threaded, and thumb nuts make accurate adjustments of the corners quick and easy. Also clamps small boxes and furniture.

Customer Reviews

I used them for mitered cabinet doors and they were perfect.
chas
In glue-ups, the clamp allows all four corners to be done at once, rather than one at a time, and squaring up of the entire frame to insure a proper set.
William Kaseberg
I'm sure I will eventually get it , but would be so much easier with instructions.
DG Castle

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Lenny on May 15, 2013
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I used the clamp to glue 30 picture frames of various sizes and it did an excellent job of producing solid, perfectly square frames with one flaw. Facts: All of the 8 rods provided in the kit are the same length (24 inches). For larger frames two rods are joined. The joining sleeve is approximately 1 inch.
Problem: The maximum frame that can be clamped using one rod is approximately 23 1/2 inches. The minimum frame that can be clamped with a dual rod configuration is approximately 25 3/4 inches. There is therefore a 2 1/4 "gap" where neither a single rod configuration nor a dual rod one will successfully clamp a frame. If the kit included two rod lengths the center gap could be eliminated by appropriate placement of rods.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Richard Williams on February 17, 2013
I don't have this specific clamp but a very similiar one made/sold by Lee Valley. We actually have 4 as we make quite a few boxes. The key to using these is
1) Put a little wax on the inside of the plastic corners, either Johnsons paste or beeswax works fine.
2) tighten up the opposite corners at the same time, think top left lower right, then top right lower left.

They are so simple to use I'm surprised anyone can't figure them out. Very easy to use and pull things into square. Measure opposite corner to corner for same dimension and loosen adn adjust accordingly.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. A. Selmer Sr. on May 11, 2013
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It is only good for frames that square (perimeter to back) it does not work for frames with a tapered or undercut outside edge. The change to metal for corners is good as the plastic corners break in normal use. This was a replacement for one that I borrowed from a friend and broke just setting it up. I don't own one and will not due to its limitation to square backed frames.
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Wow - Where have these been hiding. I used them for mitered cabinet doors and they were perfect. The review that mentions that there is a spot were the rod connectors interfere with clamping around the 24-26 inch mark is the only drawback I see. The solution offered sounds good although I have not had to do that. The details are in that earlier review. I made a storage case out of a short length of PVC pipe with an end cap glued on one end and a threaded inspection cap on the other so I don't lose the pieces. If you are trying to glue miter frames and feel like you are trying to put a cat in a tub of water then get these. They will tame the beast.
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It's of no use for frames in which you need to fix the corners directly by nailing or with screws, because the corner braces block your installation of either of those methods, but for glue-ups or bracketed corners, it can't be beat. In glue-ups, the clamp allows all four corners to be done at once, rather than one at a time, and squaring up of the entire frame to insure a proper set. In that situation, it is the best that I've used.
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The picture frame clamp is adequate for my needs. The locking nuts are very small and difficult to use. I am planning to purchase replacement wing nuts. Nick Lovdjieff
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Although this came without any instructions, it was no problem to find out what was needed in a short time to get the corners aligned and tight. The only thing to do now is go to the local hardware store and purchase threaded rod of a like-size and cut them into custom lengths for my frames. The rods provided are fine for general application, but the excess length from that needed for my frames is awkward to handle. Could just cut the rods provided to my size, but might as well keep them in case I want larger frames.
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By RANDY on April 9, 2014
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I have used this clamp to make picture frames and cabinet doors, very easy to use and enables you to use this on a variety of frame sizes.
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