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What are toolmaker’s clamps?

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A clamp is a fastening device used to securely hold objects together, to avoid any movement or separation. A clamp is a fastening device used to securely hold objects together, to avoid any movement or separation.
Toolmaker's clamps are for holding work together when drilling, tapping and other machining operations. Toolmaker’s clamps are designed to hold work together during drilling, tapping and other machining operations.
Toolmaker's clamps are different from regular clamps as they are smaller, stronger and used for precision clamping. They are different from regular clamps in that they are smaller, stronger and used for precision clamping.
It is known as a toolmaker's clamp because it is precise and is used by toolmaker's when machining or clamping small components. They are known as ‘toolmaker’s clamps’ because they are often used by toolmakers when machining or clamping small components.
This clamp is also known as a parallel clamp because the jaws are parallel to each other. It is also known as a machinist clamp because it is used when drilling, milling, tapping and other machining operations. They are also known as ‘parallel clamps’ due to the parallel jaws, and sometimes ‘machinist’s clamps’ because they are used for a variety of machining operations.