Spring Clamps

With one-handed operation, spring clamps use spring tension to impart pressure on workpieces. They can be used to hold material in place during gluing or fastening in light assembly applications. The design consists of two handles connected by a spring that works similarly to a clothespin. By squeezing and releasing the handles, they may be set in place or adjusted, and they can be kept by clamping onto a clamp rack or shelf edge.