What are the parts of a hand screw clamp?
|The design of a hand screw clamp means it only has three basic parts; two jaws, two handles, and two screws.|
The jaws are the parts which hold on to a workpiece to keep it in place.
A hand screw clamp has two jaws, which are made out of wood.
|The screws run through both jaws, connecting the two together. By adjusting these screws, the jaws can be angled or offset to accommodate for tapered workpieces.|
|A hand screw clamp has two screws which control the movement of the jaws when rotated.|
The clamp also has two handles, one connected to each screw.
The handles are usually made out of wood and are shaped to provide the user with a firm and comfortable grip during use.