Sunday, 4 February 2018

"The Thing" What is it?

Hi, need help with this "thing". What is it for?. It's not a homemade thing. See The pistures, hope some of you can help.







ChrisGoesRock

15 comments:

Bob Mac said...

Wood clamp, mostly used when gluing wood together, holds 2 pieces in place until the glue sets.

ChrisGoesRock said...

Hi "Bob Mac". I have now search for it with "Google pictures" with no results.
Do you have a weblink so i can see the wood clamp?

Loking forward to hear from you soon.

//ChrisGoesRock

BTLFAN said...

Chris,
Is there any kind of name on the clamp? Or any indication if it's for wood or metal?

ChrisGoesRock said...

Hi. No indication at all. The material is aluminium.

//ChrisGoesRock

tim said...

Looks like a miter clamp.

Gary Mccluskey said...

Saw some fairly similar things under 'box clamp'. Maybe that's a direction to look.

rbarban said...

Clamps...used to glue picture frames

Bob Mac said...

I had a search on Google and cannot find a picture identical to the clamp you have, but have see pictures of very similar clamps. It seems what you have is an external miter clamp, used mainly by picture framers. You can see some similar clamps on this site.
https://www.carbatec.com.au/clamping-vices-and-workholding/speciality-clamps?PageProduct=1&PageSizeProduct=24

Anonymous said...

I agree with the other comments. This looks like a miter clamp for picture frames. However, I can not find any image that looks like what you've got. I hope somebody knows, I've spent way too much time on this already. Good luck.

Bob W.

Anonymous said...

It's actually a hair clamp, used by Donald Trump to hold his hair in place while he sprays it with cellulose varsh.

Anonymous said...

It's only a set of pictures of un-declassified objects coming from somewhere outta
space,stolen around the 51 area,maybe some pieces of sattelites junks.

gelo said...

Škrip

gelo said...

ŠKRIP

Anonymous said...

Der Clamper -

It is a Clampity Clamper Clamp, used for Clamping

Steve said...

I believe it could be an antique nipple clamp