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Bar Clamps - Clamping - Shop Essentials

When it comes to clamps for assembling woodworking projects, bar clamps and pipe clamps are the most common. Our selection includes the best F-style bar clamps, parallel-jaw clamps, and pipe clamps available. If you're looking to stock up on clamps for that next woodworking project — from small boxes and drawers to large cabinet assemblies — these clamps are the ones to keep on hand.

Bar Clamps

Bar clamps are a mainstay in any woodworking shop and will last for generations. Bar clamps are a common first choice for the woodworker just starting out or the seasoned professional that wants to round out their selection of clamps. The clutch locking mechanism ensures the jaws won't slip as clamping pressure is applied. These are the clamps the professionals reach for.

Parallel-Jaw Clamps

It's important when gluing up box assemblies like cabinets and drawers that the sides remain while and opposite sides of the assembly stay parallel. This is where parallel-jaw clamps/a> come in. The jaws remain parallel to ensure your assembly stays square as the glue dries. The large jaws ensure distributed clamping pressure for stronger assemblies.

Pipe Clamps

Pipe clamps are an economical choice for clamping and allow you to construct clamps of any length using standard black pipe. A great option when you need longer clamps than traditional bar clamps.