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DeWALT 15 ft. 1000 lb. Band Clamp w/ Nylon Band

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Home Depot has DeWALT 15 ft. 1000 lb. Band Clamp w/ Nylon Band (DWHT83839) for $14.97. Shipping is free or choose curbside pickup where stock permits.

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  • 1000 lbs. of clamping force
  • 15' nylon band
  • For round or irregular projects
  • 3 removable corner guides
  • Ergonomic handle

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Home Depot has DEWALT 15 ft. 1000 lb. Band Clamp with Nylon Band for $14.97. Shipping is free.

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  • Up to 1000 lbs. of clamping force
  • 15 ft. length ideal for irregular shaped objects
  • Removable corner guides for easy movement and clamping needs
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xxkylexx asked this question on 10-27-2021 at 04:12 PM
10-27-2021 at 04:12 PM
The 90 degree corner clamps built in make it easy to align your miters.
10-27-2021 at 04:12 PM
I think it depends what you are doing with it. If you are making picture frames, it's going to be a pain to use ratchet straps. In fact, I have the ratcheting version of this, and I'll probably pick this up anyway. I prefer the fine control for small objects instead of a jolting ratchet.
10-27-2021 at 04:12 PM
Yes. I assume you meant just the ratchet straps without the hard corners. The hard corners keep the the mitered joint square and puts pressure evenly from both sides. Strap alone won't do that. I have the ratchet version of this clamp from Harbor Freight. I have 2 issues with it. One is the size. Due to the design, the minimum side width must be the width of the 2 corners plus the ratchet. That translates to the smallest box/frame I can use that clamp is 6" per side. The Dewalt looks like will allow you to clamp smaller box/frame. Two, it is less intuitive to use than a handle bar. I don't use ratchet much at all. The 2 times I used the clamp, I had to look up on how to loosen it.

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I personally prefer the Bessey bas23 2k.
https://www.amazon.com/Bessey-VAS...CLAMP_VISE
The pivoting clamp heads allow you to clamp round objects and angles other than 90. I also find it works best for picture frames because my miters are never a perfect 90 due to warpage, and it pulls them real tight. Also has a longer strap.
This one time, at band clamp...
But when you'd need to use it, it be back at MSRP.

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This one time, at band clamp...
Dude, you beat me to it
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This one time, at band clamp...
…a strapping young man gave her the tool.
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…a strapping young man gave her the tool.
... was there an original Jed, or just the Clampett?
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Got this last year for bf, same price. Still in the packaging.
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Got this last year for bf, same price. Still in the packaging.
But when you'd need to use it, it be back at MSRP.
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Any reason to use this over just some regular ratchet straps?
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Any reason to use this over just some regular ratchet straps?
Best use would be for gluing up boxes/picture frames.
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Any reason to use this over just some regular ratchet straps?
I think it depends what you are doing with it. If you are making picture frames, it's going to be a pain to use ratchet straps. In fact, I have the ratcheting version of this, and I'll probably pick this up anyway. I prefer the fine control for small objects instead of a jolting ratchet.
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i have a random no-name chinese brand of this same tool (looks identical) that i got for same price at amazon and its great for frames. I've made picture frames and cabinet door frames with it and has been super useful for getting everything lined up after gluing
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The 90 degree corner clamps built in make it easy to align your miters.
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