|Item Weight||1.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.2 x 10.2 x 2.2 inches|
|Item model number||770565|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Hobart 770565 Two Axis Welding Clamp
|Price:||$21.60 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
|You Save:||$1.87 (8%)|
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T-joint max - 2 15/16
Miter joint max - 2 15/16
Wow...if that's correct, that's REALLY impressive for the cost. The WAC45 Stronghold doesn't allow for that much, and they are ~ $100 each.
FOLLOW UP - once I got the product, I found out that NO, the measurements given to me ARE NOT RIGHT for the T-JOINT.
MAX T JOINT - Yes, the continuous piece can be up to 2 15/16. HOWEVER, the perpendicular piece can only be MAX 1 3/4"
The main frame of this device is thin-walled lightweight cast metal, perhaps aluminum, or some other metal whose metaling point is below that of steel. I decided this would be a poor choice if I ever wanted to use my torch. I used a stick welder (SMAW if my welding instructor reads this) and only tacked the work in areas not adjacent to the clamps surfaces. I had to add some additional clamps to hold the work in place because tightening the Hobart's screw probably would have broken it.
At the end of the day I did end up with squarely welded parts. This device did work with considerable help from myself. It's basically a cheaply made version of a better made brand, i.e. Bessey. I would have gotten a Bessey or some other more solid clamp if I had the opportunity but it was a Sunday morning and I had to get the part welded. I'm giving this purchase a single star due to its poor assembly and the relative high cost compared to quality. If you think you'll need a sturdy clamp often in the future I suggest you not buy this one.
I do not recommend these clamps to anyone. Even my competition.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They do the job for smaller projects that are not critical. I'd suggest double checking the square once you've tacked joints.Published 1 month ago by Julian N. Dadag
Not good. Chap and not metal so can't carry the charge. I would get something that is more solidPublished 3 months ago by Kathi A. Jones