For quick and easy self-squaring joints, use this 90-Degree Corner Clamp!
This 90° Corner Clamp gives you the helping hand you need to hold 90° corners and 'T' joints together securely when you’re assembling boxes, drawers, cabinets and cases. Plus, the 90° Corner Clamp leaves both of your hands free to add your fasteners.
It's also perfect for drawer construction and shelf installation. The innovative design aligns work pieces to 90 degrees, while the quick-adjust handle lets you make fast, easy adjustments for varying stock thickness up to 1-1/4". The unique swivel head and quick release lever improve ease of use and efficiency as you work. Its large clamping surface protects soft woods against workpiece imprints. Durable, heat-treated steel construction features nickel plating for additional longevity.
Works on 90° corners and “T” joints
1" maximum capacity
Cast aluminum “V” and wedge clamp pads
Automaxx® auto-adjust technology
Easy-to-regulate clamping pressure with thumbwheel
Cutout allows driving a pocket-hole screw without removing clamp
Padded, ergonomic handles
Clamping Capacity:90° corner and “T” joints in materials up to 1" thick
Materials:Forged, heat-treated steel, cast aluminum, "V" and Wedge, padded grips
Design:automatically aligns joints to 90° angle; Automaxx™ auto-adjust technology
Very satisfied I will be ordering 3 more when I can
I still haven't use, but I have great expectations. Thanks
Great tool, easy to use and it keeps things in place.
It really works well. Holds corners tight. I will buy another
Good for that extra hand when building cabinets or chests.
Shawn O. Olorundami
The clamp works well enough. It'll hold the pieces perpendicular, but it takes takes some fussing before it'll actually do it. I ordered two clamps and both needed to be tightened before they would hold the pieces tight enough to do any good. And that's fine, as you can't expect them to come perfectly calibrated for any width of material you throw at them, but once on and clamped, I also had to do a little bit of finessing to get the pieces perfectly aligned. Once you get them aligned, the clamps will hold them pretty well.
I used them to build a box with cubbies for shoes. It held the shelves nice and square for me while the glue dried. I also bought a pair of cheaper clamps that do the same job. These were slightly easier to use, but cost a lot more. I'd buy them again though.
The clamp doesn't have all the grip of any face clamp or else, but it works fine for the main use, butt joints at right angles. The main purpose is to hold the pieces together in order to use screws or pocket hole joints, that works as designed. Do not expect gorilla pressure on the clamp, it is not intended for that, only to keep the pieces at 90 degrees and use pocket holes, screws and nails. I wish to have one of this on my first cabinet I used a corner clamp since the main intention is to hold everything in order to put the screws. The adjustment screw is easy to use.