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I have this set

I need easy to make claps for Multi-Sided boxes.
I make simple clamps using wedge and belt but it take many time to joint all elements.
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Hi

Just use some wider rubber bands,works great..also surgical tubing work well also.. just tie in into a knot ,I use 1/8" most of the time

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Hi.
I have this set

I need easy to make claps for Multi-Sided boxes.
I make simple clamps using wedge and belt but it take many time to joint all elements.


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First choice - Scotch 233+ tape - this stuff is fantastic!

Good second choice - Jet 15' Strap Clamp - pretty handy for alot of things too...
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If you want to go high tech, the clamps below work great I have 4 of them for the real hard jobs

Merle Clamp with self adjusting jaws

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Depends how strong it needs to be and what glue you're using.

If it needs to be strong and you're using PVA you want a strap clamp.

If not or you're using epoxy tape or rubber bands are sufficient.

I have a couple of the Bessey clamps that I like -

Amazon.com: Bessey VAS23 Vario Angle Strap Clamp: Home Improvement

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