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Brackets attach to a standard pipe clamp, then slip over a 2x4 sawhorse crossbeam to create a handy workholding vise.

Rockler Pipe Clamp Mounting Brackets

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54725
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Rockler Pipe Clamp Mounting Brackets
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  1. Rockler Pipe Clamp Mounting Brackets
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  3. Rockler Sure-Foot Plus® 3/4'' Pipe Clamp
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These brackets can slip over the 2x4 crossbeam on a sawhorse to make a quick on-site vise for holding and clamping a wide variety of items. The brackets swing open to accept a standard 3/4'' pipe clamp, then slide easily over the 2x material to anchor the vise in place. They are held in place via friction and gravity, and you can use the included screws for additional stability. When in use, the clamps can be positioned in the upright position, and then swung out of the way when not needed, or when you wish to use the sawhorses in the traditional way. The brackets hold 3/4'' I.D. pipe in a ring clamp that is fitted with a rubber gasket for a better grip. The ring clamp is tightened with a tool-free thumb screw.

(2) Rockler Pipe Clamp Mounting Brackets
(6) Mounting Screws
More Information
Brand Rockler
Weight 2.8000
Tech Spec
  • Primary Material: Steel
  • Compatible Pipe Diameter: 3/4'' I.D.
Technical Documents
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This is the best thing thats happened to a sawhorse . its done everything i needed it to do . clamps swing above or below the work surface ,you can plane over them belt sand your work by clamped under the work surface on glue ups you have control of the clamping pressure i dont worry about clamp failing for i am using a Rockler standard pipe clamp I give it a 5 rating
June 21, 2016
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
No helper needed and I keep two hands on my saw
I work alone now no need for helper when i do doors I dont need a door buck any more , the clamp swing in all directions .big time saver also i like keeping both hands on the circular saw in case of a kick back so far a very good clamping sawhorse , its eazy to remove clamp no extra clamps needed
June 9, 2016
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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dad wanted it
Kyle V on Nov 18, 2018
innovative
Eric G on Nov 16, 2018
dad wanted it
Kyle V on Nov 18, 2018
should be very useful.
James C on Nov 18, 2018
innovative
Eric G on Nov 16, 2018
for be able to use saw horses with a side attachment
William W on Jun 27, 2018
for clamping no work table or place to put one
Michael B on Aug 8, 2017
looks like a betterment to my single man workshop. We'll see. Hope it makes my work faster and safer.
Noah
Noah D on Jul 30, 2017
Looked like a very useful tool.
eman on Jul 30, 2017
Replaces item I can no longer find for my sawhorses. Looks like perfect bar clamp brackets for in the field. Thank you!
David D on Feb 10, 2017
for clamping split wood, to plane it for turning
lewis l on Oct 1, 2016
I'm forever trying to find ways to hold some project stead in one place. This pair of brackets should do it!
CG For'er on Sep 14, 2016
should be very useful.
James C on Nov 18, 2018
for be able to use saw horses with a side attachment
William W on Jun 27, 2018
can I clamp a 4x8 sheet of plywood ? do I have to alter my sawhorse to mount clamp do I use a regular Rockler pipe clamp with tall jaws ?
robert a on Jun 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: As long as your pipe clamp can extend out the distance needed to clamp 4' and your saw horse can accommodate that length as well, these alone would be fine. You wouldn't need to lengthen your saw horse, you could put the open end clamp towards the center of the pipe clamp-as long as the weight isn't tippy to one side of the saw horse. The clamp that attached to the pipe clamp thread end would need to stay where it's intended.
I was told you can screw a small block under your work board Swing clamps down clamp this small board that under your work Then you can route the 4 edges of your work at one time ??
paul s on Sep 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: As long as you note the depth of your router bit, so it doesn't hit the clamp, I don't see why you can't. But yes, the heads of the clamp rotate down (so they would be clamping the part that is attached to your work piece).
CAN I rotate the jaws down out of the way so I have a clear usable sawhorse top to work on ??
dan s on Aug 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: JAWS rotate down out of the way leaving the top beam of sawhorse clear for use
what is best jaw height clamp to use ? should I use two clamps one for each sawhorse ?should I use black or plated 3/4 pipe working outside general use ?
max s on Jun 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: use 2-1/4 inch tall jaws Rockler3/4 pipe clamp does most of your clamping, I use two sawhorses both with clamps I can clamp long heavy material for edge planing , jack rafters splitting and tapering long boards both pipes are fine for outside work