18 Mar. 1990|
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Rare earth magnets and scrap wood combine to protect your most precious projects during glue-up.
Metal woodworking clamps are capable of exerting a great deal of pressure, and all that pressure can result in some serious dings in your projects when it comes time to cinch down a clamp.
Actually, this idea has been fairly well known throughout the wood-working community for at LEAST the last 3-4 years.
Most woodworkers use cauls, or small wooden clamp pads to cover the metal pads on their clamps during glue-up, but it can be difficult to keep the pads in position as you try to crank on the pressure.
By creating a set of magnetic clamp pads, life becomes a lot easier when it comes time to put the clamp to the wood.
Learn how to protect your wood from dents and dings using magnetic clamp pads in this short video.