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Cool New Woodworking Product: Never use Double-sided tape again (almost)

A New Woodworking Product: Never use Double-sided tape again (almost)

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A New woodworking product!

This is a New Product from the same Company that makes the MiterSet jigs.
I thought this was a clever way to attach the Template to your workpiece without using Double-sided tape.

The product rollout will start with just the Clamps; the rest will come later. This will give us a chance to try the clamps before Christmas... BUT, you must order before Oct. 20, 2017

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Company New Product Announcement:

Never Use Double-sided Tape Again! (almost)


This weird-looking little C-clamp will change the way you do your template routing projects. They'll fit into the palm of your hand but clamp down work to your router template like iron.

TEMPRO Clamps are designed to slide into 1/4" X 1.5" dados you cut into the bottom of MDF, plywood or your choice of router template material. Slightly undersized, TEMPRO clamps will recess into the dado to allow the template to slide smoothly across your table surface.

Make your template once and use TEMPRO Clamps over and over. TEMPRO Clamps hold your slightly oversized project to your router template and allow you to move the work across the flush bit down one side. Then rotate the TEMPRO Clamps (always leaving two clamping holding the work at all times) and finish the other side against the flush bit.

Then simply remove your clamps to access your finished work. There's no need to pry your work from the template and no risk of damage from adhesive tearout.

TEMPRO Clamps are sold in 3-pack for small projects and 6-pack for larger. Starting at just $34.99 the return on investment is almost immediate when you consider a roll of good double-sided tape can cost $30.00.

TEMPRO Clamps are for Outside cuts only... and work best when the Template is going to be used Multiple times in rapid succession... like for Christmas gifts, items for Craft Shows, etc. For this use, it would save MUCH TIME over the double-sided tape and MONEY!

Mancuso Precision Products is taking pre-orders for TEMPRO Clamps with guaranteed delivery before Christmas!

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I think these clamps will save the frustration of putting Double-sided tape ON and Taking it off.

I am looking forward to seeing how they work... Based on the quality of the MiterSet jigs, these should also be a VERY HIGH Quality product!

I hope this helps you in your woodworking routing using templates.

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I don't see if I would use these very much... seems like I don't, Very Often, want to re-use the templates over & OVER again all that much... One roll of Double-sided tape seems to last me a LONG time.

I will have to keep these in mind if my situation changes.
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I think this is an interesting idea . I wouldn’t buy there boards , but I’d certainly buy those clamps and dado my own material
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Pricey little things. I'd never buy, or make, any, and don't use double stick tape. I nail my may masters to my routed material, and have no issues at all, been doing it for years. A box of the nails I use cost me around $3 and I'll never use, or lose, all of them.
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Just appears to be double work, but may be applicable if one needs to make many copies from a template...
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I think this is an interesting idea . I wouldnít buy there boards , but Iíd certainly buy those clamps and dado my own material
Yep, that's the way I look at it...

Clamps Only, at least, for starters...
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Pricey little things. I'd never buy, or make, any, and don't use double stick tape. I nail my may masters to my routed material, and have no issues at all, been doing it for years. A box of the nails I use cost me around $3 and I'll never use, or lose, all of them.
Yes! ... If I can do that, I will...

... but, most of the time, I go with Dbl-sided tape.

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Just appears to be double work, but may be applicable if one needs to make many copies from a template...
Yes... you have to be making several Copies of the workpiece...

... if it's the normal Hobby project, it would not really workout very well...

BUT, if one Hobby got into making SEVERAL projects for Christmas, etc. it sure would save some time!!
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I just checked there website . There going to sell templates for furniture , toys etc . They may do well , but shipping MDF is going to raise the costs to much imo . I’m tempted to buy a 6 pack of those clamps right now
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