Peachtree Pro Clamps and Fence option

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  • Peachtree Pro Clamps and Fence option

    I recently purchased the 24 inch Peachtree Pro Clamp and the Fence accessory for use on my bandsaws and shaper. This is a well built clamp of incredible stregth. In the one photo I,m actually lifting the shaper off the floor on 1 side with the clamp pressure alone. The fence is a very solid piece of aluminum thats attached to the Pro clamp via t-bolts and a slot on the clamp. I would highly recommend this as an alternative to other more expensive fences. These clamps come with a variety of attachments available at Peachtree Woodworking. Including a saw and router attachment that would convert your saw to a tracksaw as well as an attachment to cut small logs on your bandsaw. Its a great tool for the money and would highly recommend it to anyone

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      Those are the correct prices, Fortunately when I ordered mine it was a free shipping deal. With regard to the idea of placing a wedge at the end of the clamp thats exactly what I do to adjust for drift. The pressure applied to the clamp comes in 3 stages so the speak with the final a brute just to push the handle all the way down. Thats why they have the extra long clamp handle accessory. When I place a small 10-15 degree wedge made of a softwood(pine, poplar) in the end between the table and clamp, then place the clamp in the 1 st clamping position and make any adjustment before finally pushing it all the way down. Usually a light tap with my trusty rubber mallet allows for any extra compensation as needed. Its really a nice as heck clamp and I,m getting the resaw kit as well for making some box lumber out of my firewood stack as well as the 36 incher for an additional fence for the router. I foresee these becoming quite a useful tool for anyone and eventually get several more to help with gluing and ripping and routing in the near future.

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      For those who may or may not have these clamps,Eagleamerica has free shippin this week and 4 of the acc. for these clamps @ 50% off, The stop kit @$7.49, The Back to Back 8 piece adapter kit @ $9.99, the Hold-Down kit @ $9.99 AND The Side by Side connector kit @ $9.99 as well. Thought I,p pass that along for anyone who purchased these strong well built clamps

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      Peachtrees also having a memorial day sale with a few items that some here might be interested in, heres the link,..,
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