You can never have enough clamps. But where do you put them all?
This set of clamps and a rack is basically a workshop in a box. Stop looking enviously at YouTube woodworkers with their array of clamps all neatly on the wall. Join them in clamp nirvana.
So why a rack? For so many woodworkers these clamps are strewn all over the workshop, can't be found when you need them, or are just a trip hazard waiting to happen. With these Torquata Clamp Racks, you can neatly get all your clamps up off the ground and onto the wall. Never again be halfway through a glue up and be looking for that missing clamp that is somewhere in the workshop. It will be on the rack. Plus let's all be honest, why own all those clamps if you can't show them off neatly on the wall. Let's get your workshop Instagram ready.
The rack has been designed to hold 9 pipe clamps however can also hold sash clamps and parallel clamps as well. It is easily affixed to the wall using four screws and is more than strong enough to hold the weight.
This kit includes:
9x Torquata Pipe Clamp Ends
3x Torquata 2100mm Pipe
3x Torquata 1800mm Pipe
3x Torquata 1500mm Pipe
1x Torquata Pipe Clamp Rack to hold 9 pipe clamps
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Why pipe clamps?
Pipe clamps are ideal for a range of woodworking projects and are the preferred choice for woodworkers who are looking to save money and hassle. They provide an excellent alternative to bar clamps, taking on those large scale projects that spring clamps can't suffice with ease.
These take every feature from the most expensive pipe clamps in the world and bring them to a pipe clamp that's more reliable, easier to use, and heavier-duty. That's Torquata, that's why they're famous. One of Australia's most popular woodworking experts, The Wood Knight, on his YouTube channel, made a PSA entirely unsponsored video (with calling them the best value pipe clamps in Australia. That pretty much sums it all up.
Clutched pipe clamps are a cost-effective and lighter option to traditional T-bar sash clamps that have a fair heft to them. This pipe clamp follows the popular modern design in having taller feet with a cast crank handle, thereby saving your knuckles from being caught under the handle when tensioning the work piece. It works with standard 3/4in BSP threaded pipe (also known as 20mm pipe here in Australia).
The head and foot are produced from ductile cast-iron with the thread bright steel bar and the thread rolled into it to ensure it does not slip even when fully tightened. The triple-clutch plate design will not slip even under significant load and the non-marring plastic boots are included to reduce any accidental damage to the work piece.