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Rockler Miter-Tight Picture Frame Clamp

Item #: 30108
$77.99
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Easily tighten jaws onto frames.

Overview

Take the frustration out of frame joints with this convenient clamp. Spring-loaded jaws transfer clamping pressure directly to the joint. The large ergonomic knob easily tightens jaws onto frames 5/8" to 2-7/8" wide. Back jaws adjust up to 1° to ensure a perfect fit if joint is slightly out of square. Open design allows easy access to outside corners and back surface for simple mechanical fastening. Swiveling Base (sold separately) features a matching hole pattern to easily mount the clamp, elevate your work and gain improved work angles for access to outside frame edges.

  • Frame Clamp is made of lightweight cast aluminum
  • Swiveling Base is made of solid steel

Tech Spec

Weight (lbs) 3.4000

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best miter clamp I have ever used.

Paul Posted May 26, 2014
This thing works, you will never use another miter clamp once you have used this one. I never rate items I purchase on or off line because most of the stuff you buy today is not that good, however, I though I would share my view of this clamp, and say you won't be taking a change with this clamp because it really works well. I am waiting for my second one to arrive.

This brings together a great corner...

Robert D from Edgerton, WI Posted August 26, 2011
This brings together a great corner and if I did a lot of framing I would add 3 more to be able to do a glue up 4 times as fast.

This review applies to the newly-improved...

James R from Long Beach, MS Posted April 24, 2011
This review applies to the newly-improved Miter Tight Clamp. Previous reviews may be ignored, as the comments no longer apply. This is a totally new device in terms of strength and reliability. I purchased, used and returned two of the early models and was amazed that no one had come up with this idea before. As soon as you begin compressing the mitered joint you see the value of the design, compressing the mating surfaces to close the miter perfectly. Framers may then drill the joint for a screw, drive in staples or corrugated fasteners. Of course, most people will simply glue the joint, then use the Miter Tight Clamp to hold it in place. While the name of the device is Miter Tight Picture Frame Clamp, I show in the attached photos how I used it to make a door with a Plexiglass insert. The tool is very versatile. If you, like me, busted your old Miter Tight Clamp with brute force, I feel your pain. However, don't be afraid to try this new and improved version. I give it five stars.PS: If you have an old, broken Miter Tight Picture Frame Clamp call the Rockler folks, they will be happy to replace it for you.Jim Randolph, Long Beach, MS

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What People are Saying:

I have been ordering from Rockler for almost 20 years and have found their products to be very inexpensive and of high quality. Shipping is fast even when an item is back ordered. The best prices I have found anywhere."

- Orval - 08/07/2012

What People are Saying:

I have been ordering from Rockler for almost 20 years and have found their products to be very inexpensive and of high quality. Shipping is fast even when an item is back ordered. The best prices I have found anywhere."

- Orval - 08/07/2012
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