Special Price $12.99 Pair Regular Price $19.99 Pair
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Works great for table saws, band saws, cutoff saws, router fences and more!

Rockler Universal Fence Clamps

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Rockler Universal Fence Clamps Rockler Universal Fence Clamp Review | NewWoodworker Universal Fence Clamp
Rockler Universal Fence Clamps
These compact, lightweight Fence Clamps allow you to secure a huge variety of shop-made auxiliary fences to your existing fences without having the clamp interfere with your work. The clamp arm simply fits into a 3/8" hole in the top of the auxiliary fence, keeping it out of the way. That means no more clunky wood screws and C-clamps and no need to screw into your expensive fence! Clamps can be used singly as stop blocks, or in pairs for sacrificial fences, half-fences, resaw fences, and a variety of other fixtures. One set of clamps will do it all! Includes 2 clamps.


  • Rigid aluminum body with steel threaded components
  • Range of travel 1/2"-5-3/4" (1/2" minimum assumes a 3/4" auxiliary fence; you can clamp to an even thinner primary fence if you use a thicker auxiliary fence)
  • Drill a 3/8" hole in the auxiliary fence
(2) Universal Fence Clamps
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Brand Rockler
Weight 0.9500
Outlet No
Grip Style Screw
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Easy to use/install Clamps
Great for sacrificial fences on router and table sawl
February 16, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Very good
They work just fine, as designed
February 6, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Rockler Universal Fence Clamps
ended up using them in more places than i originally thought
February 4, 2019
5 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works as described. 1 set can be used for different uses
Use for sacrificial fence and different table saw jigs
February 1, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great for protecting rip fence.
Works great. No more nicks or scrapes on rip fence.
January 23, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
They are great
January 23, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Sacrifice !
Always needed a sacrifice fence for my table saw, and these work grfeat to hold it down
January 22, 2019
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Easy solution
Easy solution for adding a sacrificial fence to my table saw. I'm sure I will find other uses for them
January 18, 2019
1 month ago
Great, simple device, but super fast swaps between sacrificial fences and jigs
Work perfectly, I should have put something between the clamp screw and my fence (it left a circular mark on my aluminum fence, that is my fault not Rocklers).
January 14, 2019
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Nice clamps
Great clamps, worked as advertised.
January 9, 2019
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
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Making a sacrificial table saw fence for dado and rabbit cuts.
David Stovall G on Feb 22, 2019
Needed them
Thomas F on Feb 21, 2019
Making a sacrificial table saw fence for dado and rabbit cuts.
David Stovall G on Feb 22, 2019
i have corner blocks
Steve on Feb 21, 2019
Needed them
Thomas F on Feb 21, 2019
I need then.
john r on Feb 21, 2019
for table saw
thomas r on Feb 20, 2019
ripping thin material
ASHER H on Feb 20, 2019
Plan to use these to secure an in-feed table to my table saw. This in-feed table will let me easily handle and use a miter gauge with relatively large with plywood panels.
Robert M on Feb 20, 2019
I will use them for holding stop blocks, sacrificial fences and as a hold down on my small drill press.
Robert H on Feb 19, 2019
I needed to apply auxiliary fences on my table saw. Examples of how customers had used them help convince me. Plus they were on sale.
Mike on Feb 17, 2019
Safer than using my Quickgrips.
Ed J on Feb 17, 2019
Using for building boxes, goes with my L-frame
Robert V on Feb 17, 2019
building an auxillary fence.
Doug C on Feb 17, 2019
Adding a strip of protective wood on face of fence.
DAN G on Feb 14, 2019
We’ll see how these work.
Anthony N on Feb 13, 2019
I needed some for zero clearance board on my table saw.
William W on Feb 11, 2019
I'll use these to clamp on a auxiliary fence to my table saw and to secure frame up squares on boxes and cabinets.
Joy D on Feb 11, 2019
I make repeated cuts and this will speed up the job.
Jack M on Feb 11, 2019
Have several they work great
Bill K on Feb 10, 2019
I need a pair and they were on sale.
G A on Feb 10, 2019
Good clamps for my fences. Bought a pair earlier have found them very useful.
George W on Feb 10, 2019
I wanted to add a plastic fence to the front of my table saw fence and this looks like an easy way to do so.
Mike A on Feb 10, 2019
saw them in a video with a plastic fence.
JONATHAN H on Feb 9, 2019
I love Rockler Tools.
Armando A on Feb 9, 2019
Looks like a necessity in my shop.
Tony H on Feb 9, 2019
Looks like can be used in May ways
Stephen P on Feb 8, 2019
I saw this item on Woodsmith
Grasiano G on Feb 8, 2019
I normally use expandable bar clamps. The Rockler clamps will go into top of the sacrificial fence instead of obstructing the surface.
Bruce M on Feb 8, 2019
Saw them on a U-tube video.
Edwin G on Feb 8, 2019
They seem to me to be the best way to attach a sacrificial fence, and the sale price won me over.
John B on Feb 7, 2019
Just ordered them but I am looking forward to having auxiliary fences where the normal clamps won't get in the way
Craig T on Feb 6, 2019
to make straight lumber easily
Lon M on Feb 5, 2019
i needed some clamps to go with some squares i had purchased earlier that came without any clamps.
James H on Feb 4, 2019
lots of uses, nice addition to the vega fence
Dennis A on Feb 4, 2019
For rabbiting and repetitive cuts on my table saw.
Jim E on Feb 3, 2019
Been wanting to try these
Charles on Feb 2, 2019
Rick S on Feb 2, 2019
I have one pair & wanted a second pair for when I 'am ripping formica
H A on Feb 2, 2019
Plan to use them with mr sacrificial fence.
Doug H on Feb 2, 2019
Building several new jigs
Paula A on Feb 1, 2019
So I can clamp a piece of sacrificial wood to my fence when using my dado blades.
Christopher H on Feb 1, 2019
There were two choices and the Rockler product cost half as much as the other.
DOUGLAS S on Jan 30, 2019
Good idea and looking forward to using them
John E on Jan 27, 2019
for my table saw
Mark R on Jan 27, 2019
I got tired of removing two screws from my saw's permanent fence and mounting an auxiliary fence using the threaded holes in the permanent fence. The video convinced me.
Michael B on Jan 26, 2019
Saw them used on a tutorial video
Lloyd B on Jan 25, 2019
For convenience in attaching auxiliaries to saw and router table fences.
James S on Jan 18, 2019
Safety during table saw cuts.
Michelle C on Jan 12, 2019
Saw them on Stumpy Nubs YouTube video and he recommended.
Daryl W on Jan 11, 2019
Many fixtures use these clamps so I wanted to try them.
Greg S on Jan 7, 2019
For a sacrificial fence.
Byron H on Jan 5, 2019
i have corner blocks
Steve on Feb 21, 2019
I need then.
john r on Feb 21, 2019
Is this price for a pair of clamps or for a single clamp? Fence clamp. $14.99.
A shopper on May 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This product is sold in pairs
what is the widest it will open?
Fred C on Aug 7, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 5 3/4 is a good figure. It can actually go to 6" but kind of wiggly that far out.
can the clamping (right angle bent steel) bolt be replaced with a T-slot bolt to hold down a guide bar?
Nick P on Apr 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The L-shaped bolts are completely removable, and there's no reason why they couldn't be replaced by a T-slot bolt of similar thread dimensions, however, I know of no T-slot bolts that are as large as the bolts used in the L-shaped clamps. They are larger than 3/8-16. my guess being 7/16-14. If you can find a T-slot bolt of that size, you should be able to swap the two at will. Hope this helps.
Do the round ends rotate or are they fixed?
Alan Dale D on Mar 15, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The L shaped silver bolt is threaded so you can change the gap with both the knob and the bolt. So the bolt rotates 360 degrees.
I bought a set of Rockler Clamp-It® Assembly Squares some years back and they came with what looks like these exact same clamps. I tried using them in this way and found that they weren't deep enough to securely grab on to the fence. The aux fence actually would tilt out from the bottom slightly because the clamp didn't extend far enough into the board. Are these the same clamps, or have they been redesigned? If these are the same, maybe I was doing something wrong?
gscott3 on Oct 31, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I’ve used a couple sets of these, but can’t say if they’re different than the ones that you have. I use them to hold a router jig to my tablesaw fence, as well as auxiliary fences to the table saw fence. One idea to solve your problem might be to bend the tab that goes into the auxiliary fence slightly, to ensure the clamp is putting pressure as low as possible on your auxiliary fence.
Does anyone know the diameter and thread spec of the L shaped bolt?
Bruce R on Jun 8, 2017
The diameter of the L shape rod is 5/16 and the thread is 3/8-16, hope this helps.
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