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Thread: Clampable weld square

  1. #11
    pretty slick clampable square now i gotta make one
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    Junior Member Brewer's Avatar
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    Thanks for sharing this one, definitely have to have some of these!!
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    I saw this a while back and could not resist. So I built a couple.

    I used some angle iron for this one. I made sure it can be used with up to 2 inch square tube.



    I cheated and used a square to make this one.
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  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by BucketObolts View Post
    I saw this a while back and could not resist. So I built a couple.
    I used some angle iron for this one. I made sure it can be used with up to 2 inch square tube.

    I cheated and used a square to make this one.
    Nice! I was actually planning on making some of these and didn't even now this thread existed. Quite the coincidence. I'm going to need to go back and read it all to incorporate all of the good ideas and feedback ....
    Is it OK to want to break something just so that you can weld it back together?

  5. #15
    Always fun to make tools to make stuff with... Nice idea.
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  6. #16
    I'm using some angle steel for another project and thought I could use some for this type of clamp. Little did I know that angle steel (at least the ones I got) aren't a good 90% on the inside as the steel gets thicker as you near the inside corner .... Looks like my design is going to look an awful lot like some of the designs found in this thread!
    Is it OK to want to break something just so that you can weld it back together?

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by undercut View Post
    I'm using some angle steel for another project and thought I could use some for this type of clamp. Little did I know that angle steel (at least the ones I got) aren't a good 90% on the inside as the steel gets thicker as you near the inside corner .... Looks like my design is going to look an awful lot like some of the designs found in this thread!
    Building off another idea is just a way of adding to the idea.. No ones end project is exactly the same..
    If you can see it, You can weld it.........


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    I start making a couple of these tomorrow.. thanks for sharing!
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  9. #19
    Awesome idea. Thanks for sharing. I'm going to make a few of them for my shop.
    Good WELDORS do it in all positions with 100% penetration!

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  10. #20
    Do you find this more handy than the 90 degree magnets??

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