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DeWALT 15" 1000-lb Band Clamp w/ Nylon Band EXPIRED

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Home Depot has DeWALT 15" 1000-lb Band Clamp w/ Nylon Band for $14.97. Shipping is free.

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Seems to be back in stock, 450+ available according to the website. Last time I posted they were out of stock quick.

None in stores around my area, so may be an online only item. Free ship to home.


https://www.homedepot.com/p/303418630

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This one time, at band clamp...
The most common applications are clamping boxes and picture frames but you can remove the corner pieces and use it to clamp lots of odd-shaped pieces.
I've always used ratchet straps. It's the easiest way to clamp irregular glueups like the tenons on a chair. Anytime you have angled surfaces you want to clamp, a strap works.

This proper bandclamp setup might be a little more convenient, and there may come a time that this is the only way to go. Still, I prefer more versatile tools.

I saw a 4 pack of ratchet straps on clearance for under $5 last time I was at Home Depot. If woodworking isn't your only passion, you can probably get most of the bandclamp benefits, pay less, and have those straps to tie down the plywood you bought to the roof of your car.

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Thanks. I was able to get two this time.
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Woah! Save $5 bucks
lol ...still not a bad deal if you need it.
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Perfect timing!!

This week I started an online virtual bondage course.
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New to woodworking, what is this for?
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New to woodworking, what is this for?
The most common applications are clamping boxes and picture frames but you can remove the corner pieces and use it to clamp lots of odd-shaped pieces.
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Quote from kungpu :
New to woodworking, what is this for?
https://www.ronhazelton.com/tips/...band_clamp

I would use the band clamp to hold a speaker cabinet square while the glue is drying.
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I've always used ratchet straps. It's the easiest way to clamp irregular glueups like the tenons on a chair. Anytime you have angled surfaces you want to clamp, a strap works.

This proper bandclamp setup might be a little more convenient, and there may come a time that this is the only way to go. Still, I prefer more versatile tools.

I saw a 4 pack of ratchet straps on clearance for under $5 last time I was at Home Depot. If woodworking isn't your only passion, you can probably get most of the bandclamp benefits, pay less, and have those straps to tie down the plywood you bought to the roof of your car.
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The HF version is $7. Haven't used it but I'm general the HF clamps and ratchets have been ok for me
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Another overpriced ratchet?
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Woah! save 25%
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New 2021 shopping policy-

If I don't know what the thing does or is meant for.... then I don't need it!
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