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OK by now you should know how this works........

The first correct answer gets 100 points

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I will give you credit that is the name but....... since this is a learning tool you have to tell us how it is used or what it is for so hurry back and get the points.....

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Name does not = points... We need more.........

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In an opening in the center of a workbench it hold a piece of wood in place. Tapped down to lock and and the side to loosen.


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Use a mallet and a vertical blow to lock material tight against the bench surface. Sideways blows will "unlock" the holdfast.
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In an opening in the center of a workbench it hold a piece of wood in place. Tapped down to lock and and the side to loosen.
The computer says you answered first but it must have been close as the times are the same. Being the offical judge I will award you the points.....

Work benches often have a series of holes, the device pictured is designed to hold the work piece to the bench top. I guess this is the older way now but they really do work.

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