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    Ok I need an adjustable handle or low cost quick release for a dual channel T-Slot bed for a project. I've found a picture of what I want but when I search eBay or amazon I cant seem to nail down the actual product name, any one help or suggest a low cost simple way of clamping it into place when its in position on the groves ?

    So this is the handle type

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    Things like this?

    If it's for repetitive clamping of identical objects, how about toggle clamps?
    Last edited by Neale; 22-11-2016 at 11:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neale View Post
    Things like this?

    If it's for repetitive clamping of identical objects, how about toggle clamps?
    Nail on the head :) thanks

    I did find "Male Thread Machinery Adjustable Clamp Handle " eventually lol but yours are a lot cheaper !

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    It was only a random link that I found - I haven't actually bought any of these myself. Don't forget the toggle clamp option if you are building a jig for standard parts. Rutlands had toggle clamps on special offer recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neale View Post
    It was only a random link that I found - I haven't actually bought any of these myself. Don't forget the toggle clamp option if you are building a jig for standard parts. Rutlands had toggle clamps on special offer recently.
    Neale those are exactly what I needed , I need to move 3 motors to a central point along some t-slot rails and then lock in position, these will work perfectly :)

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    Get yourself an essential components catalogue for all those off handles, clamps, feet, castors, plugs and other little plastic things you don't know the name of.

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    Oops, should say essentra components not essential
    http://www.essentracomponents.com

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