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Product description

Color:Blue

Features:
Material: Made of aluminum alloy die-casting material. Allows two wood block of different thicknesses to be joined at a 90 degree angle.
T-type Handle: Sliding T-shaped single handle with adjustable rotary jaw to align and hold work pieces precisely.
Solid and anti-skid, helps to set up instantly and Allows two wood block of different thicknesses to be joined at a 90 degree angle.
Easy to use: Maximum clamping range is approx. 2.68in/68mm; jaw width: 3.74in/95mm; jaw depth: 1.4in/35mm,
can clamp materials like steel rod, metal tube, wood, thick glass, etc.
Multi-purpose: Suitable for woodwork maintenance connection of woodworking, furniture and cabinets, wooden DIY, photo frame reinforcement, etc. Can be used as a clamping device for 90° corner joints. Perfect for aligning, nailing, woodworking, welding, screwing, making cabinets, box and picture frames.
Color: available in silver gray, orange, red, blue.

Specifications:
Material: aluminium alloy
Color: Silver Gray, Orange, Red, Blue
Type: T handle
Angle adjustable: free adjustment of clamping angle
Size: (Approx) jaw width: 3.74in/95mm; jaw depth: 1.4in/35mm

Package Included:
1 PC x Right Angle Clamp

Note:
1. Due to the light and screen difference, the item's color may be slightly different from the pictures."br"2. Please allow 0.5-2 cm differences due to manual measurement."br"

CALIDAKA Right Angle Clamp Corner Clamp Tool Aluminum Alloy Die-

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