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4-Pack Kreg Automaxx Heavy-Duty All-Metal Face Clamp with 3" Reach EXPIRED

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Promoted 08-12-2016 by brisar at 08:59 AM View Original Post
Hardware Sales via eBay has 4-Pack Kreg KHC-1410 Automaxx Heavy-Duty All-Metal Face Clamp with 3" Reach on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Hispls

Hardware Sales Inc via Amazon has 4-Pack Kreg KHC-1410 Automaxx Heavy-Duty All-Metal Face Clamp with 3" Reach on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free.

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The Kreg KHC-1410 Automaxx Heavy Duty All-Metal Face Clamp can fit any size up to 2-7/8" and is compatible with multiple Kreg tools: Kreg Jig, Kreg Portable Base, and Kreg Jig Jr. The new auto adjust technlogy automatically adjusts to any thickness. - brisar

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Edited August 11, 2016 at 08:45 PM by BeAuMaN
Hardware Sales Inc. has multipacks of the new 3" Kreg Automaxx clamps for sale, starting at $30 for two, or $50 for four (lowest per piece is 16 for $185).

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HFK4...UTF8&psc=1

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Kreg-KHC-...58df2571bf

MSRP is $30 a piece, street seems to be around $25/ea, 4.5 stars on Amazon (on the single item listing).

Edit: the 6" reach version is also available for $35/pair or $60/four
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HFKU...UTF8&psc=1
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Kreg-KHC-...Sw7s5XhmiT

Kreg seems to have came out with an updated design "Wood Project Clamp" so this seems like a leftover sale.
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6. 6 all the way.
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how many of this should I have in my life?

4 of each? more? just 6"?
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If you're using Kreg screws for assembling face frames, you really only need one (at least that's what I get away with, since it came with my K2000 set).
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Quote from speckledpig View Post :
If you're using Kreg screws for assembling face frames, you really only need one (at least that's what I get away with, since it came with my K2000 set).
thank you. I was trying to think of any situations where I might use many at once. like if these might be good for clamping 2 boards together while glue dries etc

neat video of the two clamps, they are bigger then what the pictures look like on Amazon:
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Wkp7_IuIzls
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Great price for these clamps. The new version [amazon.com] has come out which fixes some complaints about these ones. Of course the new ones are twice the price so these may still be a good deal for many people.
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What's main use for these things?
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Quote from itsarectangle View Post :
What's main use for these things?

Easier to watch how they work than explain:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OK87WLVlpI

These in particular are made to clamp to the face of parts. They have a variety of others that work in the same way for use as hold-downs, corner clamps, etc.

Nice clamps and this is a good price.
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anyone know if these are good for gluing at all, enough pressure etc? or any reason I might want more then 4 of each size? or is that too much as is?

I am looking to get into wood working and set up a shop once I get a house, but I am looking to stock up on tools when I see good sales in the meantime.

thanks in advance
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Quote from Dealzez View Post :
anyone know if these are good for gluing at all, enough pressure etc? or any reason I might want more then 4 of each size? or is that too much as is?

I am looking to get into wood working and set up a shop once I get a house, but I am looking to stock up on tools when I see good sales in the meantime.

thanks in advance

Yes, good for gluing and plenty of pressure. I don't recall the exact number for max but it's in the hundreds of pounds. As far as how many you need, depends on what you're gluing I guess.

If all that you're doing with them is gluing, then there probably are less expensive options. The main benefit of these and slimlar "auto" designs like the Bessey, etc., is ease and speed where you're moving things back and forth. I use their similar hold-down clamps mounted in T-rail almost daily. They're great for what I need to do. Quick clamp and go. Release. Clamp and go again. No adjusting in between for variance in thickness. Saves me a ton of time and messing around with things.

They'll surely work for gluing though and you can use them otherwise as well.
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Yes, good for gluing and plenty of pressure. I don't recall the exact number for max but it's in the hundreds of pounds. As far as how many you need, depends on what you're gluing I guess.

If all that you're doing with them is gluing, then there probably are less expensive options. The main benefit of these and slimlar "auto" designs like the Bessey, etc., is ease and speed where you're moving things back and forth. I use their similar hold-down clamps mounted in T-rail almost daily. They're great for what I need to do. Quick clamp and go. Release. Clamp and go again. No adjusting in between for variance in thickness. Saves me a ton of time and messing around with things.

They'll surely work for gluing though and you can use them otherwise as well.
thank you for the advice. how many would you recommend for building a decently stocked workshop? I'm leaning towards 4 of each, but wouldn't want to regret not buying more when they're half off if I needed more later.
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It is very favorable but i do not need them.
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thank you for the advice. how many would you recommend for building a decently stocked workshop? I'm leaning towards 4 of each, but wouldn't want to regret not buying more when they're half off if I needed more later.
Again depends on what you're working with but I'd think that 4 is plenty for most people. If you're using more than that, then you're probably looking at different types of clamps to get different angles on things vs more of the same in most cases. 4 gives you 4 corners and/or a pretty long linear length clamped.
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It seems like this is something I SHOULD get because I know the quality and really like my Kreg pocket hole jig, but I'm just having a hard time convincing myself to spend the money.

I think it's just too early in the morning on a Friday. Ok you guys have convinced me. In for two 6" clamps. Thanks for the talk.
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