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What is a Cabinet Clamp?

Cabinet clamps are used to hold pieces of wood together as they are being secured. Many cabinet makers use clamps as they are building and installing cabinets.

Cabinet clamps hold two pieces of wood together so that the professional can have both hands free. Cabinet clamps allow the installer to hold the cabinets in place while measuring and securing the wood. Many clamps come with rubber cushions that grip the wood securely and keep it in place without marring or damaging the finish. Cabinet clamps are also adjustable to fit the size of the wood that is being used. The clamps can be widened to hold two cabinets together during installation or they may be shortened in order to apply trim or veneers. Many quality cabinet clamps have both fine and coarse adjustments for a more precise hold. Cabinetmakers may use the clamps as they are installing center stiles or when they are applying trim. A minimum of two cabinet clamps are necessary for most jobs, but many projects require at least four cabinet clamps for the wood to be adequately secured.

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