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Bessey 3/4-Inch H Style Pipe Clamp $13.97

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Not a super slick deal but name brand clamps, cheaper than off brands. lowest price in 30 days. have been watching these for a few weeks deciding on these or rockler clamps.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0012YN...bGbKAR38BF
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Is this a sale price?
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This is a good price, definitely not the cheapest it has been but the cheapest for a while.
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Is this a sale price?
Decent price but averages around this all of the time
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Total novice here and probably stupid question, but what do you use for pipe?
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Total novice here and probably stupid question, but what do you use for pipe?
Woodworking. Glue ups, you can buy pipe by the foot and make clamps to your desired length.
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Total novice here and probably stupid question, but what do you use for pipe?
Definitely not a stupid question. My brother asked for a pipe clamp a couple years ago for Christmas and I had no idea what he meant. Typically you use Black Iron Pipe, easily found in Lowe's or HD, and they can cut it down to size from 10' to a shorter length:

https://www.lowes.com/pd/LDR-3-4-...pe/3538958

Makes for a cheap, strong, and very lengthy clamp when making larger items like a desktop or entertainment center, etc.
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Total novice here and probably stupid question, but what do you use for pipe?
Threaded iron pipe. The pipes can be kind of dirty though so beware if clamping something, you might need some scrap spacers
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Threaded iron pipe. The pipes can be kind of dirty though so beware if clamping something, you might need some scrap spacers
Rigid conduit also works but might not be quite as strong and it might cost more.

Believe I've seen conduit in Lowe's but I don't remember if it was EMT or rigid.

Just found it on Lowe's:
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Common-3...it/3129621
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Total novice here and probably stupid question, but what do you use for pipe?
3/4 iron pipe but use paper or wrap the pipe in tape or it can oxidize and leave stains on your wood. Might have better luck with galvanized 3/4 pipe its only a bit more.
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Showing as $15.13 for me
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HD has had them at that price for awhile now..

Your friend has shared a link to a Home Depot product they think you would be interested in seeing.

H-Style Pipe Clamp Fixture Set for 3/4 in. Black Pipe

https://www.homedepot.com/p/204986131
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Total novice here and probably stupid question, but what do you use for pipe?
Galvanized steel pipe is the way to go. Just one side needs to be threaded so you can buy a longer pipe and cut it to length.
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Note that for woodworking, you don't really need 3/4" pipe. 1/2" pipe should be sufficient and you save on weight and cost.
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