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Top 7 DIY Woodworking Tools Part 28

One-Hand Clamp

This tool offers quick, safe and convenient clamping. You only use one hand to do the clamping. It delivers clamping pressure up to 120 kg. The clamping depth is 100 mm and the width 300 mm. When using the tool you distribute the clamping force gently to the workpiece thanks to large clamping areas and extreme 100 mm clearance. You are supplied with adjustable spacers to protect the workpiece. They also serve as support.

90° Corner Clamp

This 90° corner clamp helps you to hold 90° corners and “T” joints together securely. You use it when you’re assembling boxes, drawers, cabinets and cases. The 90° corner clamp also leaves both your hands free to add your fasteners. It is the fastest, easiest-to-use corner clamp in the market. It is comfortable to work with and you don’t need somebody to assist you. You do all the clamping on your own.

Zero Joint Edge

This tool is a mobile device for creating an optical zero joint. All commercially available invisible joint edges with an applied functional layer can be processed. You don’t use any additional adhesive. It is ideal for complex components. You can process round panel materials. Its flexibility increases the processing speed. With the BAT processing table, the tool can become a semi-stationary system. Many edging variations are possible thanks to the perfect workpiece support with adjustable ball transfer units.

Table Saw Sled

With this sled you instantly fill the full width of the miter slot. There is no side-to-side play. Its top-down installation allows you to square your sled to the blade fast and easy. It has 360-degree adjustability. The tool offers you a unique grid layout of dovetail grooves. This allows you to set your fence at any angle, and lock it in place. No matter the angle of your cut, the miter bar keeps the sled running parallel to the blade at all times.

6-In-1 Pocket Gauge

The uniqueness of this tool is a pair of stainless steel gear racks. When you adjust the tool, the gear teeth engage and lock the material together. You work very easily with it. As example, if you need to set a dado blade for a 15/32" depth of cut, just select the depth with the sliding block. Lock the knob. You don’t need to make conversions when fitting something metric. The tool is designed in such a way that you just flip the racks to make your setting.

Top Sanding Machine

With this tool, you not only size, but also complete the sanding process. This is done by crossing the edges with a cutting knife/sanding ball. The machine holds the material securely with vacuum holders. It moves easily with its linear slide unit. It is equipped with a built-in lubrication system. You can adjust the width easily with the touch control panel. The machine’s vacuum dumps debris fast and efficiently.

Brush Sanding Machine

This sanding machine’s rollers oscillates to the left and the right. This ensures a smooth polishing effect on your material. The roller has a 400 mm diameter and is soft and thick. Its 2 brush discs work independently. They work at different speed and height. The machine also offers a memory function for your convenience. The tool improves the sanding intensity. If you are in the woodworking business this machine should be in your workshop.

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