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Woodworking Corner Clamps


Corner clamps, as the name suggests, are clamps designed to clamp objects in a corner, I.e at 90° and 45°. The device is used to hold two items at a 90° or 45° angle before they are attached. Corner clamps are sometimes referred to as miter clamps because they are regularly used to form miter joints.

These clamps are really useful for holding corner joints (or mitre joints) together. The clamps consist of two independently adjustable jaws in one fixed base. The jaws are positioned at a 90° right angle to each other. The jaws open up to 75 mm (3 inches). 
The thread bars are made from powder-coated aluminum alloy.