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Outfit your workbenches, jigs, or machine tables with the ultimate t-track accessory!

Rockler Hold Down Clamp, 5-1/2''L x 1-1/8''W

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These Hold Down Clamps feature non-marring rubber tips that are ideal for working with soft woods, pre-finished panels, or anything that's already been prep sanded. The rubber clamp faces also help to grip the workpiece for better safety and accuracy. In addition, they have a wide aluminum body, allowing for maximum tension. Clamps include a 5-star knob and a 5/16" T-bolt designed to fit into T-tracks on drill presses, router tables and more. The Hold Down Clamp, 5-1/2"L x 3/4"W provides the same great features as the 5-1/2"L x 1-1/8"W version, but in a slimmer width and without the non-marring rubber tips.


  • 5-1/2" long x 1-1/8" wide
  • Crafted of solid anodized aluminum
  • Clamps material up to 2-1/2" thick
  • Rubber tips help grip and protect workpiece
  • 5/16" T-bolt is compatible with our Universal T-Track
(1) Hold Down Clamp, 5-1/2"L x 1-1/8"W
(2) Non-marring rubber tips
(1) Washer
(1) 5-Star Knob
(1) 3" x 5/16" T-bolt
More Information
Brand Rockler
Manufacturer Part Number TAHD-4W
Weight 0.3000
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4.7 / 5.0
228 Reviews
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Great product. I’ve purchased 8 so far to use on my CNC. Provide a strong hold down and the rubber end is durable and doesn’t leave marks.
September 13, 2019
3 weeks ago
Woodworking Experience:
works great
September 12, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
hold down clamp
Great product, wanted to buy a quality product works well
September 10, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Table Saw Tapering Jig
I used these for a table saw tapering jig. I wanted it to have as much versatility as possible. Along with the miter track and T-track, these hold down clamps made it easy to design the versatility into it. They are sturdy and can apply a lot of pressure without marring the work pieces.
September 7, 2019
4 weeks ago
Woodworking Experience:
September 1, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Used on table saw sled
After watching many videos on you tube about table saw sleds and trying to design something that would work on my Shopsmith, I finally created a sled incorporating features from several other designs. These clamps are an integral part of my sled and while I don't use them on all my cuts, they are safely positioned out of the way but stay on the sled all the time.
August 31, 2019
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Worth it
Using it for CNC clamping and sled clamping duties. Rubber grips nicely
August 27, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Awesome product,must have around any shop!
August 26, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works great, it doesn't move and you don't have to over tighten it either
August 15, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Rockler Hold Down Clamp
Solidly built with the threaded handle very easily tightened and loosened; Works comfortably efficiently, much to my delightfully
on my t-track table in gluing and sanding.
Every time these go on sale I buy them and presently have
4 Universal t-tracks, 4 Auto-lock t-tracks,clamps, 6 small and long inline Cam clamps. Best accessories for what I am doing.
August 12, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
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Why did you choose this?
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Goes with crosscut sled and handy for small part holding when sawing.
Thomas W on Sep 10, 2019
simple and effective.
Jeff M on Aug 31, 2019
Goes with crosscut sled and handy for small part holding when sawing.
Thomas W on Sep 10, 2019
Table Saw Sled
Robert L on Sep 4, 2019
simple and effective.
Jeff M on Aug 31, 2019
Needed it
Stephen T on Aug 30, 2019
Looked useful.
John W on Aug 29, 2019
because I need one.
Richard K on Aug 29, 2019
Hoping to use it for my drill press table
Bart S on Aug 26, 2019
Already own four and needed more. Very reliable and high quality construction.
MATTHEW C on Aug 23, 2019
To use for stirring drinks. Or was it to hold things down?
Jeannie C on Aug 22, 2019
friend has this and speaks highly of it
Douglas K on Aug 22, 2019
to use on a drill press
Robert M on Aug 19, 2019
Making a hold down jig to cut an irregularly shaped piece of wood on my table saw.
scouter888 on Aug 18, 2019
Accessory for t-track
Thomas D on Aug 17, 2019
I had no clamps only table.
Michael H on Aug 13, 2019
It called out to me and said, "Pick Me, Pick Me!"
Gary M on Aug 6, 2019
Building multiple jigs for my shop!
Richard T on Aug 4, 2019
Needed for table saw sled
Nancy R S on Jul 31, 2019
I needed more for my set-ups.
Wayne S on Jul 28, 2019
so I can use my new t-track table
Kenneth S on Jul 22, 2019
needed stops for the supports I built for my miter saw
Clinton S on Jul 18, 2019
Will use in my drill press table. Good reviews. Slightly more expensive than hold downs available elsewhere, but this seems to be made better.
John D on Jul 16, 2019
For custom miter saw sled.
Del DeSart E on Jul 3, 2019
Great solution for jig.
Phil E on Jul 2, 2019
need these also
Larry W on Jun 30, 2019
on sale; making new drill press table
Jeffrey H on Jun 23, 2019
Heavy duty
William W on Jun 20, 2019
Needed this for my Drill Press
Phillip K on Jun 19, 2019
To get "a hold" of my project pieces.
Michael D on Jun 19, 2019
It's a good clamp at a sale price
greatUnknown on Jun 19, 2019
need to finish project from King's Fine Woodworking
John C Garman L on Jun 19, 2019
Needed for T track
Patrick M on Jun 16, 2019
Safety is always a must for working with small pieces
Jim F on Jun 16, 2019
For a cross-cut sled I will be making
mrspipah on Jun 15, 2019
Building a crosscut sled
James C on Jun 11, 2019
Good reviews and it was on sale
Joseph L on Jun 8, 2019
For my drill press table.
John B on Jun 6, 2019
Planned on purchasing these clamps for my new cnc as recommended by fellow woodworkers.
Gerald R on Jun 4, 2019
I picked these clamps bcuz I already ordered 4 of them and they work perfect!!! So I decided to buy2 more
A R on Jun 4, 2019
making a small parts sled
Stefan D on Jun 2, 2019
I am making a new table for my drill press.
JAMES S on Jun 2, 2019
to insure my work not slipping on a T-track assembly table
ANDREW K on May 30, 2019
I have several of these hold downs, but not enough of them !
Richard A on May 23, 2019
Recommended by King’s Fine Woodworking YouTube site for woodworking project.
Chuck on May 22, 2019
Use on drill press table and router table.
Arnold M on May 18, 2019
to make straight line / angle jig
Farquar1000 on May 10, 2019
The hold down clamps accomplish the task of keeping your item, such as a door frame, flat to the surface of your framing table while clamping during glue up.
Mike W on May 9, 2019
Good reviews
Jo M on May 7, 2019
clamp flip phones
Zachary D on Apr 27, 2019
Looks like good quality to make a sled for my table saw.
Timothy M on Apr 25, 2019
Had in my Wish List - On Sale
Dale D on Apr 25, 2019
Table Saw Sled
Robert L on Sep 4, 2019
Needed it
Stephen T on Aug 30, 2019
Need to know the split dimensions - from the bolt to each end (from bolt CL to short end and to long end). Would someone mind measuring and providing those? Thanks.
William S on Sep 9, 2015
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BEST ANSWER: 4 3/8 inches and 1 1/2 inch on the larger clamp.
Will these t bolts work in Incra's t track? I use 1/4" hex bolts now.
Robert T on Mar 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The part of the bolt that would be in the track, (a flat oval shaped pad on the end of the 1/4-20 threaded rod) measures 11/16 L x1/2 W x by 3/32 inch thick. I don't have an Incra track so I couldn't say if it will fit. If a 1/4" hex bolt head fits I suspect this would too. If not you could always use the hex bolt with this clamp arm.
what clamp is this ? it shows a handle hold down clamp in the second picture on the web site
STEVE B on Jul 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You need a grove for the bottom ( head of screw) to slide in. Ideal for holding a board tight to work surface when sanding or routing. You will find many uses as your skills improve. Suggest you buy at least two clamps.
Would this fit the t-tracks on a desktop shopbot?
A G on Oct 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It should. I worked at Rockler for a year and sold seneral of these for CNC machines. Including my own.
Can this clamp be used on a table saw in the miter bar slot by replacing the t-bolt with the screw in the miter bar hardware kit?
Bill W on Aug 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You could attach it to the miter bar with the right thread size and length. I have never tried this however and am not sure where the clamp pressure would be applied. It would need to be over some part of the miter unit to hold the work piece firmly. If the clamp is in the wrong position you end up pressing onto the table itself which wouldnt accomplish anything. No harm in playing though.
Will this clamp work with 1/4-20 hardware (T-Bolts and knobs)?
Brian on Jan 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Not knowing exactly what you intend to clamp, I will give a conditional YES, this clamp will work with 1/4-20 hardware, with the caveat that it be light to moderate level of clamping. I tried it on my drill press system just to be sure and I was able to give sufficient clamping force to hold the object being drilled using 1/4-20 bolts and knobs. Due to the size of the slot in the clamp which is sized for 5/16 hardware a 1/4" flat washer between clamp and knob was necessary but otherwise everything worked just fine.
will these fit a kreg router tables' T track?
James K on Aug 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The tab that fits in the slot is 3/4 ths of an inch long. This is too short to work in my router table extension on my table saw. if the Kreg slot will take the 3/4th length, it should work. It works fine on my Rockler work table surface for which it was designed. Hope this helps.
Will these fit my 1/2 inch Jet drill press production table t slots?
Rob L on Sep 9, 2016
I bought them anyway to see.
They kind of don'the fit any of my tools equally. I have a Canadian general 650 tablesaw, and this has the smallest t slot of any of my tools. It likely fits this the best as is.
The t bolt allows it to be inserted at any point along the track, turned 90 degrees, held and then locked. If not held it spins around until loose while you tighten at the top, and doesn't lock in place as they do in rocklers own track. (They insert lengthwise and snugly fit).
On my jet drill press, the bottom slot size is a full 1 inch, and I had to drill out washers to go above the t bolt, as the top t opening on the table was way too large to realistically balance the bolt in there. With the 1 inch washer above the t bolt, it works very well, and doesn't require the holding while tightening thing.
On my Laguna bandsaw, the depth of the t slot, while the same width as the drill press, is a lot shallower, so really, neither the washer solution or by itself worked very well on this one..One is too loose, and one jams up.
So.. hrm, I think I'd be better off figuring out a different bolt/washer combination and replacing the rocker ones, so they can be moved from machine to machine.. or just buy another couple for the saw, and leave the washers in place and dedicated to the drill press. Though it isn't too much bother to disassemble.
I don't have a lot of need for any on the bandsaw anyway, so that's fine.