Adjustable quick release toggle latch clamp stainless steel hasp lock heavy duty latch toggle clamps for woodworking

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If you want to know what a toggle clamp is, please scroll to the end

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Relying on professional production lines,this product can be customized for materials、weight、holding capacity、bar opens、handle opens and other product options

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Company Profile

Shanghai Bingshuo Hardware machinery Co., Ltd. is a professional factory specialized in designing and producing quick fixtures, buckles and stamping parts.Existing equipment lathes, grinding machines, surface grinding machines, plate shearing machines, punch presses, table beds, wire cutting, welding equipment, etc.The company has a wide range of products, such as quick fixtures, buckles, handles, stamping parts and so on.
Our company has many mechanical equipment and more than ten years of experience in production and processing. Professional design and technical personnel can process all kinds of spare parts, continuous mold, hardware mold, hardware processing, etc. we rely on first-class ideas, talents and technology to contribute to the growth of customers


1. who are we?
We are based in Shanghai, China, start from 2010,sell to North America(0.10%). There are total about 51-100 people in our office.

2. how can we guarantee quality?
Always a pre-production sample before mass production;
Always final Inspection before shipment;

3.what can you buy from us?
Toggle clamp,buckle latch,Butterfly Twist Latch,Butterfly twist latch,Stamping parts custom processing

4. why should you buy from us not from other suppliers?
The company is an integration of industry and trade, the factory in Zhejiang Changxing,We have 20 years of experience in design, development and production,

5. what services can we provide?
Accepted Delivery Terms: FOB;
Accepted Payment Currency:USD;
Accepted Payment Type: T/T;
Language Spoken:English

What Are Toggle Clamps?
The toggle clamp is an extremely popular tool in carpentry and an essential hand tool, for both safety and accuracy. Because of it’s specialized use, it’s not quite as recognizable as a two-jawed clamp.

Unlike standard clamps, toggle clamps are permanently bolted to a work surface. They have a single clamping plate to hold the work piece or material in place. They serve the general purpose of locking down an object (or pair of objects), so they do not move.

Most toggle clamps have the same basic functionality and operation, but some variances exist depending on which type you are using. In general, your toggle clamp will have a handle, securing bar, and lever to create a system that applies pressure. Most clamps are designed to secure your material to a horizontal surface, but there are some exceptions. For example, if you are attempting to hold a piece upright, you’ll want a push-pull clamp.

How Do They Work?
A toggle clamp is simple to use but consists of a pretty complex arrangement of components. The inside contains a combination of levers and pivot pins, all of which are linked together. When the lever is engaged the links expand or compress, which applies force and moves the clamping plate. Once the handle is fully engaged, the clamping pate will lock into position. It will not come unlocked until the lever is disengaged. Unless you happen to be using a push-pull clamp for a vertical hold your handle will move up and down to engage the clamp.

Most toggle clamps are made from zinc-plated steel, making them incredibly durable. The red rubber handle is universal among nearly every brand and is designed to be intuitive and comfortable to use.

Is A Toggle Clamp Right For Me?
Toggle clamps are an excellent choice for a variety of special situations. They allow you to work quickly and accurately and are incredibly adaptable. This is particularly true when using self-adjusting clamps. Toggle clamps also come in a wider variety of options than other clamps, making it more likely that the perfect clamp exists for your project.

Other types of clamps often require tiring and time-consuming actions such as undoing latches or screwing fasteners into place. If your project requires clamping several identical pieces for sawing, sanding, or gluing, you should strongly consider installing a toggle clamp.

If you are working on a large piece and no surface is available for bolting the toggle clamp into place, then more traditional clamps will be necessary. Additionally, if your project requires clamping pieces together from a variety of positions, and no two clamp arrangements are the same, then a toggle clamp is not a good fit.

Which toggle clamp should I choose
Horizontal toggle clamps and vertical toggle clamps have nearly identical functionality, but the specific use will dictate which one you want to use. The main difference between a horizontal and vertical toggle clamp is the orientation of the handle.

When using horizontal toggle clamps, the clamp is engaged when the handle is down, parallel to the working surface. Naturally, a horizontal toggle clamp is going to have a lower verticle profile than a vertical clamp. This is ideal when your blade or hand needs to pass over the handle itself.

The vertical toggle clamp is engaged when the handle is set vertically, perpendicular to the table or work surface. Vertical clamps are typically capable of applying significantly more pressure than horizontal clamps, so take that into consideration when choosing which one is right for the job.

Sometimes referred to as ‘plunger style,’ push-pull toggle clamps are capable of applying pressure to a vertical surface. When engaging this type of clamp, the securing bar will move forward and backward instead of up and down. This is why it’s called a ‘push-pull’ clamp. Typically a push-pull toggle clamp will have a handle similar to a horizontal toggle clamp in that the handle will be parallel to the surface it is attached to when the clamp is engaged.

Push-pull clamps are useful in situations where the workpiece or material must be held upright as opposed to clamped to a table.

Latch toggle clamps are designs to hook into a separate catch and pull two pieces together. Plier toggle clamps are clamps that are completely handheld and operate similarly to a pair of pliers.

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