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Economy clamp/holder for bench pins, holds our Perfect Bench Pin (not included), screws into wood bench or tabletop – exclusive!

Economy clamp/holder for bench pins, holds our Perfect Bench Pin (not included), screws into wood bench or tabletop – exclusive!

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From Milwaukee, WI
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SHORT WAIT AS THESE ARE BEING MADE UP FOR US – ABOUT 10 DAYS – THANK YOU!

We modified this economical bench pin clamp by adding a second thumb-screw bolt at the bottom. Now you can tighten both bolts – bottom and side – to get a perfect fit, no shims necessary. Both bolts tighten with fingers – you won't need tools to put the pin in and out. Ours exclusively – you won't find this clamp (and this price) anywhere else.

Two long screws are included so you can attach the holder securely to a wood bench or table. The mounting backplate is just over 4"/10cm wide and 1.5"/38mm high. The screw holes are 3.5”/9cm apart.

The clamp is made of sturdy aluminum with a painted dark blue finish. It is shown holding our Milwaukee-made bench pin (not included) – read more about our Perfect Bench Pin here:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/512267640/new-and-exclusive-the-perfect-bench-pin

What's a bench pin and why do you need one? A bench pin is usually held in a clamp at the front of the jeweler's bench or worktable. Jewelry makers use it in many ways: it provides a steady platform for filing, sawing, and other tasks like drilling or polishing with a flex shaft.

Thanks for supporting our small Milwaukee studio with your purchase. Browse and buy our jewelry here: www.etsy.com/shop/FlowStudioJewelry

See more of our jewelry daily on Instagram: @flowMKE
Bench tips and tool love: @flowMKE2
SHORT WAIT AS THESE ARE BEING MADE UP FOR US – ABOUT 10 DAYS – THANK YOU!

We modified this economical bench pin clamp by adding a second thumb-screw bolt at the bottom. Now you can tighten both bolts – bottom and side – to get a perfect fit, no shims necessary. Both bolts tighten with fingers – you won't need tools to put the pin in and out. Ours exclusively – you won't find this clamp (and this price) anywhere else.

Two long screws are included so you can attach the holder securely to a wood bench or table. The mounting backplate is just over 4"/10cm wide and 1.5"/38mm high. The screw holes are 3.5”/9cm apart.

The clamp is made of sturdy aluminum with a painted dark blue finish. It is shown holding our Milwaukee-made bench pin (not included) – read more about our Perfect Bench Pin here:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/512267640/new-and-exclusive-the-perfect-bench-pin

What's a bench pin and why do you need one? A bench pin is usually held in a clamp at the front of the jeweler's bench or worktable. Jewelry makers use it in many ways: it provides a steady platform for filing, sawing, and other tasks like drilling or polishing with a flex shaft.

Thanks for supporting our small Milwaukee studio with your purchase. Browse and buy our jewelry here: www.etsy.com/shop/FlowStudioJewelry

See more of our jewelry daily on Instagram: @flowMKE
Bench tips and tool love: @flowMKE2

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