Clamps with lever handles that lay flat while the clamp is engaged are known as horizontal handle toggle clamps. These clamps are mounted to work surfaces and are used to secure workpieces in place. When an object has to be held firmly in place for applications such as drilling, welding, milling, or carpentry, the lever secures a rubber stopper against the work surface and locks it in place.
When it comes to carrying out repetitive operations in industrial settings, they provide a fixed option for the use of clamps that may be removed. Users are able to tighten or relax the grip on material thanks to the clamp’s fixed construction, which does not need them to relocate the clamp. In contrast to vertical handle toggle clamps, these types of clamps have a low profile, which makes them less likely to cause obstructions.
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