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By David Thiel
Page: 32

From the October 2005 issue #150
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When Jet announced its new line of parallel jaw clamps, I asked if they would be less expensive. Company officials said, “No, but they’ll be better.” I was skeptical, but the company proved good to its word.

The clamps offer accurate parallel clamping along the length of the jaw, with plenty of clamping power for any woodworking task. As for durability, we drop-tested the clamps from bench height a number of times, aiming for the more fragile corners. We scuffed the plastic, but didn’t crack one.

From the October 2005 issue #150
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