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Old 07-08-2014, 10:58 PM
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Default Dog hole clamps

John and Katie here are some clamps that I found on Amazon.com that are made by Jorgenson I think they would work good with your three-quarter inch dog whole work tabletops there six dollars each they come in a package of two for 12 dollars
http://campl.us/iz3ZoG62Q7G
Not sure if this is the correct web blank if not I will try it and then reposted
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Old 07-08-2014, 11:02 PM
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Default Correct URL for clamps

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Old 07-08-2014, 11:08 PM
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Sorry about the wrong web link first time. I tried to preview post but it wouldn't let me see what I was posting. These clamps are very inexpensive but the same to accept the three quarter-inch holes that you might have on a work surface such as a homemade power bench such as John or Katie. I was also playing around with some three dollar clamps that I bought at Harbor freight and they're the squeeze grip clamp and I took the end off of the clamp and put a little swivel connector that would drop down through the whole it needs a little more work but for three dollars might also be an option I will post a picture shortly
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Old 07-08-2014, 11:33 PM
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Default Harbor freight clamp

http://campl.us/eAZHhx6Qxvo
I removed the and of the 299 squeeze clam and on one I just turn the end around and put a T connector on it and then on one I put a little swivel that you would push down through the dog hole you just need to study the photos they probably still need a little work but it's another possibility
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Old 07-09-2014, 12:26 PM
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http://campl.us/eAZHhx6Qxvo
I removed the and of the 299 squeeze clam and on one I just turn the end around and put a T connector on it and then on one I put a little swivel that you would push down through the dog hole you just need to study the photos they probably still need a little work but it's another possibility
Ha, ha, I have several of those clamps, free with coupons. Worth a try.

Nice job on the clamping table.
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