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Armor STC-IHH25 Auto-Adjust In-Line Toggle Clamp with Horizontal Base Plate

Push action holds your work against the fence—just close the clamp and it automatically adjusts to a range of dimensions!
Item #
56137
Rating:
88% of 100

This Armor Auto-Adjust inline toggle clamp automatically adjusts for different sizes of material within a range of 3/4'', with a clamping force of up to 550 pounds. This eliminates the need to readjust the clamp when changing to stock that is slightly larger or smaller. The threaded post allows additional adjustment range when needed. Clamping force is easily adjustable—simply rotate the adjustment screw to increase or decrease the pressure. Once set, it stays the same for all workpiece sizes—just set it and forget it. The inline orientation is ideal for holding items against a fence while they are being machined. The clamp has a low-profile, horizontally oriented baseplate for easy mounting and minimal obstruction of your work.


Features:
  • Auto-Adjust: Armor’s Auto-Adjust technology automatically adjusts to variations in workpiece dimensions while maintaining consistent clamping pressure
  • Adjustable Clamping Pressure: The integrated adjustment screw is used to create a wide range of clamping pressures. Rotate the screw clockwise to decrease and counterclockwise to increase the clamping force
  • Strong, Lightweight: Auto Clamps are constructed of nickel plated 1050 heat-treat spring steel
  • One-Handed Operation: Armor’s Auto-Pro AutoClamps are designed for one-handed operation, a huge advantage over the competition
  • Horizontal Base Plate: Horizontal plate features adjustable mounting holes on the base plate to accommodate most standard toggle mounting patterns
  • Large Soft-Grip Handle: Features soft insets for maximum grip and comfort
(1) Armor STC-IHH25 Auto-Adjust In-Line Toggle Clamp with Horizontal Base Plate
More Information
Brand Armor
Manufacturer Part Number STC-IHH25
Weight 1.2000
Tech Spec
  • Model No: STC-IHH25
  • Opening: 0 to 3/4''
  • Adjustable Clamping Force: 25-550 lbs.
  • Holding Capacity: 700 lbs.
  • Total Length: 9.62''
  • Opened Height: 6.22''
  • Closed Height: 1.7''
  • Approx. Weight: 1.1 lbs.
  • Fastener: 1/4'' or M6
Clamp Pressure 25-550 lbs
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Great locks
I used two of these to lock down my 6' x 10' shop table
easy to install and easy to adjust
easy to install and easy to adjust
June 27, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
clamp
I used them as truck brakes on a high school theater project. really well built, the adjustable clamp pressure feature is great.
March 19, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Very good quality, I am 100 percent satisfied with all the items I received
December 20, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
shop from home
I live in a small town. I can't find the things I need locally. It's good to know that I can find all I need at Rockler. The product is very good quality and delivery is great. I can get all the tools I need and never leave the shop to get the.
November 28, 2015
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
1 of 2 back ordered and still waiting !!!
Without ever trying one of these toggle clamps I ordered two for the assembly jig I wanted. The one I received works exactly as advertised and I am very happy with its quality and design. The second one was back ordered. After three weeks I have still not received it nor have I been told when to expect it. Highly satisfied with product. Extremely dissatisfied with customer service!
January 3, 2020
Purchased
1 month ago
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I am building a mortising machine from a Woodsmith magazine article. You seem to be the only source. I could not find one locally.
Marvin R on Jun 12, 2015