Similar to a clothespin, spring clamps have two handles joined by a spring and provide fast clamping on a range of materials. Also known as pinch clamps, they are a good choice for light duty tasks such as holding material for painting or gluing or clamping a workpiece for small repairs.
Commonly used in woodworking applications, these general purpose spring clamps are a good choice for quick clamping on a range of materials.
Sometimes called power clamps, these spring clamps lock onto a workpiece for a secure grip. Squeeze the handles to set the clamp at the desired locking point, and press the trigger on the handle to release the clamp.
Squeeze the handles to engage the ratcheting mechanism and lock these spring clamps onto your material. Release the clamp quickly by pushing the trigger on the handle.
For Irregularly Shaped Objects
These spring clamps have rectangular or square jaws that fit around bulky, curved, or irregularly shaped objects to securely clamp them.
Slide the movable jaw on these spring clamps to adjust the jaw capacity for a range of materials or to fine-tune the clamping pressure on your workpiece.
For Hard-to-Reach Spaces
The long, tapered nose on these spring clamps provides good reach and can fit into recessed and confined spaces more easily than standard spring clamps.
These sets contain multiple spring clamps for clamping a range of materials.